Admit it. It got easier being green

Admit it, the environment and sustainability are now critical parts of education. Colleges and universities are adjusting campus life, amending the academic curriculum and committing to reducing their carbon footprints. Crisp Consulting + Coaching is excited to read The Princeton Review’s Guide to 311 Green Colleges.  In the 2009 original release, Rob Franek discusses the partnership with the U.S. Green Building Council and the criteria used in the green ranking:

Locally, several schools from Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina and Tennessee are among the 308 U.S. colleges and 3 Canadian Universities. Included in the Princeton Review’s Green Guide are Agnes Scott, Appalachian State University , Berry College, Brevard College ,Duke University ,Elon University, Emory University, Furman University, Georgia Institute of Technology, Guilford College,North Carolina State University ,Rhodes College, Sewanee -The University of the South, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill ,Wake Forest University, Warren Wilson College, and Wofford College. Princeton Review designated its highest rating to 18 schools of the Green Honor Roll who received a near-perfect score. Georgia Institute of Technology and Warren Wilson College shared this honor with Harvard and Yale.

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Brian D. Crisp is an independent educational consultant with Crisp Consulting + Coaching who works with families in Asheville, Charleston, and Savannah to optimize and realize their unique educational fit and admission success. As a former professor, administrator, and teacher, Brian has the knowledge and skills to counsel families in all aspects of educational planning.

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