The move is part of the school's five-year plan to go green -- and save money. Printer ink costs about $10,000 per gallon.
Selling your college as environmentally hip is the new thing. A Princeton Review survey found that 68% of students are interested in schools which are environmentally friendly. 26% of students say it "very much" impacts their decision to apply or attend.
The Princeton Review ranks colleges in order of green-friendliness based on: Whether the school's students have a campus quality of life that is healthy and sustainable; How well the school prepares students for employment and citizenship in our environmental challenged world; The school's overall commitment to environmental issues.
|The Greenest American Colleges|
|Arizona State University, Tempe||Bates College, Maine|
|College of the Atlantic, Maine||Colorado College, Colorado|
Dickinson College, PA
|Evergreen State College, Washington|
|Georgia Institute of Technology, GA||
Harvard College, Massachusetts
Middlebury College, Vermont
|Northeastern University, Massachusetts|
|State University of New York, Binghamton||University of New Hampshire, NH|
|University of California, Berkeley||University of Washington, Seattle|
|Yale University, Connecticut|