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Report Card 2011

College of the Ozarks
College Sustainability Report Card 2011

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College of the Ozarks

School details:

 Grade lower than last year

 

Endowment: $255 million as of June 30, 2009

Location: Point Lookout, Missouri

 

Campus Survey: No

Dining Survey: No

Endowment Survey: No

Student Survey: No

 

Please note: This school did not respond to any of the three administrator surveys. The data used for both the profile and grading was compiled from independent research. For more information on data collection and evaluation, please see the Methodology section. 

 

Please note: Data was collected in summer 2010 and may no longer be current.

 

Data compiled from survey responses, when available, and from independent research, when needed. For more information on data collection and evaluation, please see the Methodology section.

 
Overall grade 
F
The college has no known policies or initiatives relating to campus-wide sustainability.
The college has not made public any steps taken to address energy efficiency or conservation possibilities, and has not made any known headway toward the use of renewable energy.
The college spends 2 percent of its annual food budget on local items and purchases local milk and ice cream. Excess food from dining halls is donated to a local food pantry in the winter. The college has achieved a diversion rate of 15 percent through the recycling of aluminum, tin, cardboard, paper, and some plastic items. It also recycles electronics, including computers and fluorescent bulbs.
The college has no known green buildings or green building policies.
The college has no known programs to involve students in campus sustainability activities. There are no known active student groups related to the environment and sustainability.
The college has not made public any programs or practices that encourage or facilitate the use of alternative forms of transportation.
The college has no known policy of disclosure of endowment holdings or its shareholder voting record.
The college aims to optimize investment return and has not made any public statements about exploring or investing in on-campus sustainability projects, renewable energy funds, or community development loan funds.
The college has not made any public statements about active ownership or a proxy voting policy.
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