The We Mean Green Fund (WMGF) is a $5 per student, per long-semester fee that funds environmental projects on campus. The fee was approved by students during a special election during Earth Week 2010.
Projects funded by the fee can be proposed by students, faculty, and staff at UNT. Currently, there is a student-majority-led subcommittee of UNT's Sustainability Council that is the decision-making body for the distribution of funds.
Have an idea to make the university more sustainable? Submit a proposal at: We Mean Green Fund
To date, the WMGF has provided funding support for projects such as:
Interested in serving on the We Mean Green Fund Committee? Apply today by emailing Lynn Dunlap. (Be sure to attach a resume and unofficial transcript.)
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