With more than 3,300 students living on campus, Lehigh recognizes the important role that students play in making Lehigh a model sustainable campus. Through the Eco-Rep Leadership Program, a peer-to-peer education program focused on training student leaders to embody and promote sustainable living in residential halls and Greek houses, students identify opportunities for innovation and implement sustainable change. Through fun and educational programs, Eco-Reps foster sustainable behavior change among their peers and help build a campus community for the 21st Century.
Who are Eco-Reps?
Eco-Reps are a group of like-minded student leaders who are committed to promoting sustainable behavior change in residential halls and Greek houses. They learn about sustainable living topics and educate their peers on sustainable alternatives. Eco-Reps have a strong presence on campus and frequently host fun, informative, and impactful campus and residence hall/Greek house events.
Why should YOU apply to be an Eco-Rep?
Be a sustainable leader at Lehigh
Serve as a peer educator in a residential hall or Greek house
Be a change agent by fostering sustainable living
Learn about sustainable living program topics with peers who care
Gain valuable leadership, communication, and event planning skills
Be part of a nationally-recognized leadership program!
There are two different types of Eco-Reps, each with varying levels of time commitment and responsibility. Please review the positions descriptions below to determine which position you would like to apply to. On the Hall or Building Eco-Rep application, there is a question that asks you to select your preferred position: Building Eco-Rep, Hall Eco-Rep, or no preference.