ETSP students volunteer at NW Green Home Tour


Cascadia is proud of its longstanding commitment to sustainability as a cultural value, an academic discipline and a daily practice.  We are recognized as a leader in sustainability education and our campus delivers an abundance of diverse opportunities for hands-on learning in the sustainability field.

Check out Integrate It! and the Campus Calendar to learn more about sustainable practices and events currently happening on campus.

BASSP students at climate marchBASSP and ETSP Degrees

Cascadia offers an Associate of Applied Science - Transfer degree in Environmental Technologies and Sustainable Practices as well as a Bachelor of Applied Science degree in Sustainable Practices.


Green roof on CC3


Our green campus includes multiple solar panel installations, a LEED Platinum building, gardening beds, pollinator plantings, vermicomposting facilities, and a 58-acre restored wetland!


BASSP student in wetlandCareers

Careers in sustainability continue to diversify and grow rapidly. Jobs can be found in private and non-profit organizations, government agencies, utilities and educational institutions. 


Students visiting local pea patch Research, Reports and Media

Each day we learn more about what it means to be sustainable and what we can do to ensure the prosperity of our planet, our people, and our economy. 


BASSP capstone presentationStudent Led Sustainability Research

From water quality testing in our wetlands, to assessing climate change knowledge and beliefs, our students are active in several different sustainability research projects on campus.