BSU Student Groups

The following BSU student groups are among those organized with sustainability issues as a central focus:

Ball State Energy Action Team (B.E.A.T.)

The Ball State University Energy Action Team (BEAT) is a student-led group aimed at increasing awareness of energy use on campus and creating energy reduction initiatives.

Natural Resources Club

The Ball State University Natural Resources (NR) Club raises environmental awareness and the concern of students for the preservation and conservation of the natural world through service projects, speakers, and activities.

Students for Responsible Consumerism

Students for Responsible Consumerism is a student-run organization at Ball State University. Its main goal is to present resources and accurate information to whomever may seek it, specifically regarding the (American) consumer’s role in the global economy.

USGBC Students

The Ball State University United States Green Building Council (USGBC) Students is an interdisciplinary group of students, each with unique talents and diverse backgrounds. Together, we discuss passive design and renewable energy, as it relates to the world around us, in order to become the future leaders in the green building industry.

Ball State Student Senate Green Council

The Student Government Association (SGA) Green Council brings together environmentally-focused student organizations to collaborate on improving campus sustainability. The council is managed by SGA’s community and environmental affairs committee.