September is here. Labor Day has come and gone. Colleges and Universities around the country are welcoming students back to campus for the start of the academic year. It's time to hit the books, start studying and try to get good grades. While you are spending time in the library and on the computer, do you wonder whether your college is making the grade in an effort to Greenify?
Well now you can find out thanks in part ot the Princeton Review which recently added a green rating to its annual ranking of the best colleges. This score measures how "environmentally friendly, responsible, and committed the institutions are."
Here is a list of the univerisities that scored 99 out of a possible 100:
- Arizona State University, Tempe
- Bates College
- Binghamton University
- College of the Atlantic
- Emory University
- Georgia Institute of Technology
- Harvard University
- University of New Hampshire
- University of Oregon
- University of Washington
- Yale University
The complete list is in the 2009 editions of the Princeton Review college books.