President’s Sustainability Commission

The President’s Sustainability Commission has the important role of providing the President and Cabinet a variety of perspectives on sustainability from an environmental, economic, and social justice lens.

Mission Statement: Promote and facilitate the effective integration of sustainability across all aspects of the University.


  • Advocate for sustainability efforts across the University and empower students, faculty, and staff to propose and pursue new ideas and initiatives to advance sustainability
  • Advise on university-wide sustainability initiatives including but not limited to STARS, master planning, learning outcomes, budgets, campaigns, community and public partnerships, and new buildings
  • Help connect sustainability efforts across the University (including academics, research, operations, student engagement, administration, and public outreach).
  • Utilize STARS as a framework to help measure progress and develop and maintain a University-wide Sustainability Strategic Plan that feeds into and supports the CSU Strategic Plan
  • Report the Campus Greenhouse Gas Inventory annually and update the Climate Action Plan biannually
2017 PSC established


The following document outlines the represented areas on the President’s Sustainability Commission, as well as open seats. If you have any questions about or for the PSC, please contact, Tonie Miyamoto (

Meeting Minutes



President’s Sustainability Commission Minutes: April 20, 2020.

President’s Sustainability Commission Minutes: February 17, 2020.

President’s Sustainability Commission Minutes: January 27, 2020.