When it comes to sustainability, MU is only average. At least, that’s according to the College Sustainability Report Card, a Web site launched this week by the nonprofit research organization Sustainable Endowments Institute, a special project of Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors.
In fact, the report card gives MU an overall grade of C-, which is awarded based on independent research and survey information compiled from the school.
MU also gets individual grades in categories such as “Food & Recycling” (B), “Climate Change and Energy” (C), and “Administration” (D). Explanations for the grades are given.
To see how MU compares to a handful of other Missouri schools, click here.
And to see how MU compares to other Big 12 schools, click here.
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