- Sustainable Village
The UAF Sustainable Village is a community for students who are passionate about the environment and reducing their carbon footprint. Opening for the first time in Fall 2012, the Village is an environmentally-focused community that conducts real time research concerning renewable energy sources. This ground breaking research is in collaboration with the UAF Office of Sustainability and the Cold Climate Housing Research Center. Residents of the Village make a conscious effort to conserve energy and water, and are helping to bring sustainable housing to the UAF campus . >> LEARN MORE HERE!
- EDGE Program
The EDGE program help promote a smooth and successful transition into college life. This first-year experience (FYE) program is designed to assist freshman adjust both academically and socially to campus life. The EDGE program provides students with numerous opportunities throughout the year with an emphasis on meeting new friends and creating tight-knit community those first few weeks on campus. Many studies have shown that students living within FYE communites often achieve higher grade point averages and are more likely to persist until graduation. >> LEARN MORE HERE!
Green & Sustainable
The Office of Sustainability is the University of Alaska Fairbank's own department focused on making UAF and our community a greener and better place. You can find information about UAF's Green Bike program, ways to save energy in the halls and around campus, and ways to get involved on campus. Click here for more information!
The SNAP - Sustainable Natural Alternative Power: Program allows students, faculty and staff to actively particpate in alternative energy production. For more information or to make a donation, check out the SNAP program!
The Sustainable Village - Bringing Ideas to Reality: Apply today to live in the Village. UAF's newest and greenest housing option. Each of the four-bedroom units will be completed by the beginning of Fall Semester 2012. The Sustainable Village was recently featured in the Daily News-Miner and Alaska Journal of Commerce.