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Staff: Green Office Certification

The Green Office Program is a voluntary, recognition-based carbon reductions program that provides resources to assist offices in reducing waste and conserving energy, including:

  • Training on sustainable practices tailored to our campus
  • Eco-Ambassadors- trained student volunteers to help update your office
  • A checklist of the smartest and simplest actions to choose form
  • A toolkit with reminders, recycling bins and more
  • Certification and recognition for offices

Contact sustainability@umbc.edu to get started!

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Congratulations to our Certified Green Offices: 

  1. Administration and Finance- VP’s Office
  2. Biology Department
  3. Campus Card
  4. Career Center
  5. Center for Urban Environmental Research & Education (CUERE)
  6. COEIT’s Dean’s Office
  7. College Of Engineering And Information Technology Dean’s Office
  8. College of Natural and Mathematical Sciences- Dean’s Office
  9. Counseling Center
  10. Center for Women in Technology
  11. Department of Political Science
  12. Division of IT, Business systems group
  13. Division of Professional Studies
  14. Division of Undergraduate Academic Affairs
  15. DoIT A/V
  16. DoIT Main Office
  17. DoIT New Media
  18. English Language Institute
  19. Enrollment Management
  20. Facilities Management- Work Control
  21. Financial Services
  22. Flat Tuesdays/Game Room (Commons)
  23. Graduate School Admissions
  24. Graduate Student Association
  25. History Department
  26. Human Resources
  27. Institutional Research, Analysis & Decision Support
  28. Learning Resource Center
  29. Library- Circulation
  30. Off Campus Student Services
  31. Office for Academic and Pre-professional Advising
  32. Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships
  33. Office of the President
  34. Procurement
  35. Provost Office
  36. Registrars Office
  37. Student Judicial Programs
  38. Student Judicial Services
  39. UMBC at the Universities at Shady Grove
  40. UMBC Bookstore
  41. UMBC Division of Professional Studies
  42. Undergraduate Admissions and Orientation