Atwood Memorial Center

Sustainability

See how Atwood Center has made an effort to become a sustainable hub of activity on campus and how you - the student, staff, or faculty member – can do your part for sustainability in Atwood. Learn more about sustainability in other places on campus and in general.

Sustainability – do your part for Atwood!

Water bottle fill stations

Atwood Memorial Center has a water bottle fill station on all three levels of the building.

  • Lower Level- Adjacent to lower level restrooms
  • Main Level- Near main level restrooms
  • Upper level- Adjacent to Cascade Room restrooms

Recycling

Atwood has recycling containers located throughout the building.

Carpooling and Rideshare Service

The Rideshare Board is intended to assist students and employees of St. Cloud State University in ride-sharing and carpooling. Access and usage are restricted to currently enrolled students & employees of St. Cloud State University.

Access the Rideshare Board Here

CT Ride Net

St. Cloud State University does not promote nor endorse CT Ride Net. The link is provided as a service to those with transportation needs. 

The Husky Fried Ride

In 2008, the Husky Fried Ride was launched. It is a collaboration between several departments on campus. The bus uses used vegetable oil from food service operations in Atwood Memorial Center as fuel. Learn more from this news release.

Farmer's Market

Atwood has been hosting an annual Farmer's Market since 2009. The market offers community residents and the SCSU campus many fresh, locally grown and produced items to enjoy. Atwood's market promotes sustainable and environmentally friendly practices.

St. Cloud State Sustainability Information

Learn about the sustainability efforts campus wide.