LEED Certified or Designed Buildings

The Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design Green building Rating System™, overseen by the U.S. Green Building Council, recognizes environmentally conscious building projects by using a specified list of qualifications.  In order to obtain certification, a building project acquires "points" in various categories including water and energy efficiency, sustainable site development, design innovation, and materials. Building plans are then rated on a system from Certified to Platinum.

Kendade, Carr, and Clapp halls are among the buildings set to get energy-saving upgrades.
Completed in 2003, the Science Center is a LEED certified building.