Greenest College Campuses

UNT ranked 8th greenest campus in country

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If you have ever stepped foot on the University of North Texas’ campus, then you have seen the many efforts by the university to reduce its ecological footprint by reusing and recycling materials and building new LEED-certified buildings¬†throughout campus. These efforts are being noticed nationally when eCollegeFinder released their Greenest College Campuses in Each State list.

The University of North Texas ranked first in the state of Texas and eighth nationally. When grading colleges, eCollegeFinder gave North Texas a College Prowler Green Rating of 9.52/10. Other major universities given the honor include the University of Oregon (9.67/10) and the University of Colorado-Boulder (9.8/10).

Founded in 2004, eCollegeFinder represents over 120 accredited online colleges and universities and is dedicated to inspiring and informing college students with comprehensive online tools and information.

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James Monroe is a student at the University of North Texas, and is the founder of North Texas Talk. He covers all categories of news, but enjoys Mean Green athletics the most. He is that guy at the party that knows all the random facts.

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  1. Adam

    That is a trend that I hope to see continue on campus, especially as several of the older buildings begin to need major upgrades and renovations.

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