NEW YORK – Continuing its dedication toward sustainable practices, the University of Mount Union was once again named to The Princeton Review’s Guide to Green Colleges for 2024.
Mount Union is one of 522 institutions across the world to receive this recognition. According to The Princeton Review, the methodology for the selections stems from 25 data points that tally a Green Rating for each college and university. Only institutions with a Green Rating higher than 80 on a 100-point scale are chosen for the guide.
"With increasing concern about climate change, particularly among younger people who will be most affected by its long-term impact, we are seeing increasing interest among college applicants in attending green colleges,” said Rob Franek, editor-in-chief of The Princeton Review.
Mount Union is known for its well-maintained campus and grounds and engaging Huston-Brumbaugh Nature Center. The University also offers a minor in sustainability and the Green Raiders sustainability assistant program.
Learn more at mountunion.edu/sustainability.