California State University is a public university system in California. With 23 campuses and eight off-campus centers enrolling 484,300 students with 26,858 faculty and 25,305 staff, CSU is the largest four-year public university system in America.
A Guardian of Natural Resources
The CSU is cognizant of its responsibility to serve as a guardian of the state’s natural resources—not only as a consumer of these resources but also as an institutional leader. The CSU campuses have committed to sustainability initiatives such as the Presidents’ Climate Commitment, the international higher education-sponsored the Tailors Declaration, and have also joined associations and voluntary green programs. Sustainability and related fields of study are offered as undergraduate majors as well as graduate degree programs to prepare the next generation of environmental leaders.
Creative measures to Incorporate Sustainability
The CSU campuses have adopted creative measures to incorporate sustainability in their everyday operations. The broad scope of green initiatives CSU campuses has committed to are closely aligned with the state-wide Integrated Energy Policy which includes energy efficiency, water conservation, alternative transportation, local food options, recycling/waste reduction, green outreach/community action, green building/sustainable design and renewable energy.
Students at the forefront
Students play a key role in the design and implementation of various innovative “green” initiatives that not only raise environmental awareness in the local community, but also ensure that graduates will join the community tomorrow with a deeper understanding of sustainability and an increased environmental sensibility. A key example is the Humboldt State University students’ creation of a fee to fund student-led energy efficiency projects. The CSU will continue to meet the sustainability challenges of the 21st century using creative and feasible solutions that can be adopted across its campuses.
Are you ready to join the Fight for Sustainability?
Through NCHS, students can enrol now and start their CSU degree in Sri Lanka. Thereafter, they can transfer to the NCHS partner universities, the California State University Monterey Bay, California State University San Marcos, California State University Bakersfield, California State University Sacramento, California State University Northridge, California State University Fresno, California State University Humboldt, or even the State University of New York at Albany. Students can enrol in CSU programmes after completion of OLs or ALs and start their journey today. Students will be recognised as CSU students from enrolment and can transfer to the University of their Choice on completion of first part of the degree in Sri Lanka. This will equip students with the knowledge and ability to be a part of the world renowned CSU system.
Nawaloka College of Higher Studies, Colombo
Nawaloka College of Higher Studies (NCHS) is a venture of Nawaloka Holdings, established with the commitment to provide the best in Higher Education, making it more accessible and affordable. Located in the heart of Colombo, NCHS aspires to play a central role in making Sri Lanka an international education hub of Asia. At NCHS, the focus is on delivering excellence in education with the highest international standards, assuring only the best in the students learning experience. This is reflected in the prestigious university qualifications offered, its well experienced academic faculty, the modern, state-of-the-art learning facilities as well as the friendly and supportive study environment.
For more information, call NCHS on 0777 799 997/ 011 5 899 998 or email firstname.lastname@example.org