Aggie Sustainability Alliance

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Small changes can make a big difference

The Aggie Sustainability Alliance is a campuswide program that encourages faculty, staff and students to participate in fostering a culture of sustainability. Individuals, offices and student organizations are recognized for their voluntary contributions to major sustainable areas such as energy and water use, transportation, food and purchasing, waste minimization and social sustainability.


Individual Certification

The online individual certification is the base of the Aggie Sustainability Alliance. All Texas A&M University faculty, staff, and students are encouraged to complete the certification.

Office Certification

For participants seeking greater involvement, the Aggie Sustainability Alliance additionally offers an  office-wide certification. Offices self-define and generally share common kitchen areas and break rooms. To qualify to participate, 35% or more of full-time faculty/staff working in the space must have first certified as individuals within ASA.

Student Organization Certification

For student participants seeking greater involvement, the Aggie Sustainability Alliance offers a student organization certification. To qualify, 35% or more of organization members must have first certified within ASA.

Request a Presentation

If you would like to request an overview presentation for your office/department about the Aggie Sustainability Alliance, the certification processes, and how ASA ties into campus-wide sustainability efforts, please contact


The Office of Sustainability has resources directly into the individual and office checklists to help you in your ASA certification process. You can visit our ASA Resource page for direct links to several of these assets.

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