Sustainable Office Certification
The Sustainable Office Program is a point-based, voluntary assessment tool that offices can use to examine their current practices, identify opportunities to improve sustainability performance, and get recognized for your efforts.
Through this assessment, offices will examine practices related to energy and water consumption, waste generation, purchasing practices, travel choices, and wellbeing. There is also an opportunity for innovation credits. Certification levels are Bronze, Silver, and Gold.
70% - 100%
50% - 69%
30% - 49%
Download and review the Sustainable Office Checklist.
Identify a Sustainable Office Champion, who will be the main point of contact between your office and RIT Sustainability.
Attend a zoom webinar on October 6, 2022 at 11 a.m. to learn about the process and get your questions answered. Note: interpreting services can be requested via myaccess.rit.edu.
Complete the checklist. There are resource guides available to help you.
Email your completed checklist to firstname.lastname@example.org for review by Monday, October 21.
Results will be announced on October 28th - get certified and brag about it!
RIT Sustainability is proud to announce our current certified offices:
Better Me Wellness Sustainability Champion: Susan Figaro Grace, Health Fitness Specialist
Center for Residence Life Sustainability Champion: Sean Watson, Assistant Director
Facilities Management Services Sustainability Champion: Sarah Klein, Environmental Health and Safety Manager
Image Permanence Institute Sustainability Champion: Meredith Noyes, Research Scientist
Office of the Vice President of Research Sustainability Champion: Jennifer Rockhill, Senior Staff Specialist
Government and Community Relations Sustainability Champion: Lynette Baker, Marketing Coordinator
Golisano Institute for Sustainability Sustainability Champion: Tom Mix, Facilities Business Operations Coordinator
Human Resources Sustainability Champion: Jennifer Santoru, Financial Assistant
Institutional Research, Data & Analytics Sustainability Champion: Terri O’Connor, Senior Research Assistant
NYS Pollution Prevention Institute Sustainability Champion: Ava Labuzetta, Environmental Engineer
Office of the President, Eastman Floor 7 Sustainability Champion: Sonia Rodriguez, Executive Administrative Assistant
School of Communication Sustainability Champion: Alison Thompson, Senior Staff Assistant
Student Development, Division of Student Affairs Sustainability Champion: Vikki McElroy, Senior Staff Specialist
Student Government Sustainability Champion: Lucas Randrianarivelo, Student Government President
University Advancement Sustainability Champion: Emily Ferguson, Assistant Director of Advancement Operations
NTID Research Center on Culture and Language Sustainability Champion: Jessica Contreras, Research Program Coordinator