August 20, 2012 | Atlanta, GA
Georgia Tech loves tradition; among its newest traditions is being named to The Princeton Review’s Green Honor Roll, an honor the Institute just earned for the fifth consecutive year when it was named to the 2013 list.
Tech earned a 99 out of 99, one of 21 schools to earn a perfect score out of 806 surveyed. In its evaluation of the Institute’s many green initiatives highlighted in the list, The Princeton Review said, “Georgia Tech's recycling programs, alternative transportation programs, energy-efficient composting dining halls and green buildings are models for other universities to follow.”
The Green Buzz portal was called out specifically for showing “students, staff and faculty what they can do to create a more environmentally friendly campus.” The North Avenue Apartments’ LEED Gold certification last year and other past Institute sustainability awards also contributed to this ranking.
To see Georgia Tech highlighted in this guide and the complete list of 2013 Green Honor Roll schools, visit The Princeton Review’s website. To learn more about Tech’s sustainability initiatives, visit gatech.edu/greenbuzz.