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Sustainability Club hopes to promote and transform UT Dallas' campus into the most sustainable campus and student body it can be. The club focuses attention on many aspects of sustainability including trash clean up around local lakes, lecture series by respected environmentalists, petitions for change, and interactive workshops on campus for students and faculty. 

Find more up to date information on our Facebook page "UTD Sustainability Club" or email if you would like to get involved or have any questions! We are open to all ideas from individuals and organizations alike!

Portal Information


Sustainability club exists to provide opportunities for students and faculty at UTD to become involved in volunteer projects, awareness efforts, conservation forums and more. In addition to a variety of events, we host informational and social meetings every three weeks, and maintain partnerships with local and national organizations to promote sustainability in the Richardson community and beyond. Our members specific interests may vary, however all are passionate about sustainability and we hope you are too! Email for more info.


Special Interest


Spring Registration

Mission Statement

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Provide an open, social forum in which members share and discuss their ideas for promoting sustainable practices.

Offer volunteering and educational opportunities in sustainability.

Host events and promote sustainability initiatives on campus and in the broader community


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President Name

Logan Harless

President's UTD Email

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Advisor Name

Stephanie Taylor

Advisor UTD Email

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