We are primarily Environmental Science majors, but we highly encourage students (and faculty) from other disciplines to get involved in forming collaborative partnerships throughout the University and the community. Environmental solutions require expertise from many disciplines and will be beneficial to student's overall University experience.
We try to work with the University faculty and the community to develop projects that will protect the environment while providing essential functions within the University and community. We believe that projects developed by students that will maintain a visual presence on the campus and in the community while performing a practical function will have a greater impact on the future of our collective environment by giving an alternative to traditional progress, and therefore serve a very important educational purpose.
If you are a faculty member, a student, or a citizen in the community please consider supporting and joining ECOS.
We always encourage feedback from the community, students and especially educational institutions about opinions, aspirations, and/or potential student projects that can be conducted by students at our University
The easiest way to contact ecos is to send us and email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Feel free to send questions, or ask to be added to our email list.
You can also meet us in person by attending one of our meetings, one of our frequent bake sales on the second floor of the SC building, or our annual Earth Day event.