/ Sustainability

Groups

GreenHopetableHope’s sustainability efforts happen through the collective involvement and investment of our students, faculty and staff.

Whether you're a staff member or a student, join one of these groups to help us create a more sustainable Hope and world.

Green Team

Our sustainability committee (Green Team) brings together students, faculty and staff from departments and offices around campus. This helps to ensure a wide exposure to new ideas and application of sustainable practices around the college.

Green Team Advisor

Dr. Steven Bouma-Prediger

Green Hope

Green Hope is a group of students eager to learn about and promote a more sustainable, environmentally friendly campus. This group leads events and meets once a week for planning. 

Green Hope is open to all interested students!

Hope Advocates for Sustainability (HAS)

HAS is a group of passionate student representatives making an organized and effective effort to improve sustainability within Hope's student life. This is a paid position, under the advisory of the Office of Sustainability, and offers an opportunity to engage fellow students about sustainability topics such as recycling or energy and water usage through events and outreach.

Applications are released in the spring on Handshake for the next academic year.

Center for Diversity and Inclusion

The mission of the Center for Diversity and Inclusion (CDI) is to empower students to excel academically and flourish as socially responsible members in a diverse world by providing opportunities, resources and advocacy in partnership with the greater Hope College community to promote a Christ-centered culture of equity and inclusion. 

Hope College Engineers Without Borders (EWB)

EWB-Hope is a student-led interdisciplinary organization that partners with communities through engineering projects which seek to meet their basic human needs.

Outdoor Adventure Club

The Outdoor Adventure Club (OAC) brings Hope students into the great outdoors. OAC sponsors bouldering nights, weekend hiking, cookouts and an annual Spring Break trip. No outdoor experience is necessary to participate.