Annual Sustainability Highlights Reports

Each year, the Office of Sustainability & Campus Enrichment publishes a Sustainability Highlights Report. View each of these reports by clicking the links below.

In 2020, a brief video showcased select accomplishments from this report.

Sustainability Tracking, Assessment & Rating System™(STARS®) Ratings

Each year, the Office of Sustainability & Campus Enrichment submits a report outlining all the sustainable efforts of Texas A&M University. That information is used to calculate a score that determines the STARS rating.  

Submitted in December of 2021, Texas A&M University earned a score of 69.70 or STARS Gold on the most recent report.

A graph depicting the STARS ratings of Texas A&M University from the year 2012 to 2021 . The scores are silver in 2012 and 2015, with 47.51 and 54.65 respectively.  Then gold annually from 2016 to 2020 with 67.06, 67.81, 71.21, 70.15, 68.85, and 69.70 . The target for 2022 is 75.

As of February 2022

Learn more about STARS and about what and how Texas A&M University reports on the STARS page. In addition to tracking our own progress, we compare our progress to those of our peers.

A horizontal bar graph comparing the STARS rating of TAMU with Vision 2020 Institutions. UC Berkeley, Georgia Tech, UC Davis, University of North Carolina, University of Michigan, and UC San Diego scored above Texas A&M.  While we outscored Ohio State, Penn State, UCLA, University of Minnesota, UT Austin, University of Wisconsin Madison, University of Florida, and Purdue.

As of February 2022