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ASU School of Sustainability is a national program

The School of Sustainability (SOS) continues to grow in size, reputation, and reach. Data from this year’s class show that students come from 42 states and the District of Columbia. I am proud that SOS serves the nation by providing an excellent education for students from all parts of the country (and many parts of the world: see next post).

This year we have more than 500 undergraduate majors and 200 graduate students studying with us in SOS. When we add the sustainability minor, sustainability concentrations in business, engineering, public policy, and interdisciplinary studies, along with the certificates in sustainability food systems and energy systems, I anticipate the total number of students in sustainability programs will exceed 2,500 by the end of the year. What all of this exemplifies is ASU’s institutional commitment to sustainability, inclusivity, and impacts that reach far and wide.