Green Energy Fund

SGEF Meetings and Events


The USF St. Petersburg campus Student Green Energy Fund Committee meets bi-weekly on Wednesdays from 3:30pm - 4:30pm.

These are regular meetings that involves everyone who shares or is interested in sustainability projects on campus. The main goal of the meetings is to discuss sustainability issues, approve or reject project proposals, organize events and more.

The meetings are a great way to be part of the conversation and learn how to propose your own sustainability project.

Under Florida Law, meetings are open to the public and the public is invited to attend.

Pursuant to the provisions of the Americans with Disabilities Act, any person requiring special accommodations to participate in this meeting should contact the Student Accessibility Services by emailing or


Meeting agenda's give students, faculty and the public an opportunity to see the projects and other items the USF Student Green Energy Fund Committee will discuss at its next meeting while the minutes give an overview of actions taken during the previous meeting.


Activities and events designed to celebrate successful projects and attract new members are held throughout the academic year.

The Green Festival. 

Hosted in the Fall Semester, this event is designed for the campus community to learn more about sustainable habits, foster solution-oriented conversations, and feature visionaries from business, design, culture, food, technology, science and entertainment.

Hosted by a couple of environmental clubs on campus, this event hopes to increase the
awareness of sustainability efforts across campus as well as highlight opportunities for
students, faculty, and staff to get involved. 

Spring Lunch N Learn.

Spring is the season of renewal, bringing with it some feelings of hope. Hosted in the Spring Semester, Lunch N Learn is an open forum luncheon for USF St. Petersburg campus community to come and ask their questions and learn about all the opportunities SGEF has to offer.  The event intends to recruit more members by spreading awareness of the organization.