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Opportunities to enhance student learning about energy and the environment through place-based, experiential study of university facilities and operations are available to JMU faculty and staff. Faculty and staff members who would like to complete an environmental project which involves the physical campus, such as obtaining building energy data, adding soil amendments, installing data loggers in building control rooms or planting trees, should complete the following form. Requests are reviewed on the 15th of each month. Download the Environmental Project Request Form.

Faculty, staff and community members requesting visits regarding the environmental stewardship aspects of the East Campus Hillside, Wayland Hall and campus construction sites should complete the following form. For visits to sites such as the Edith J. Carrier Arboretum, East Campus Dining Hall and Small Wind Testing Facility, those areas should be contacted directly. Similarly, the Office of Admissions and Office of Resident Life should be contacted for general tours that are not solely focused on environmental stewardship content. Requests will be reviewed in mid August and mid December each year. Download the Environmental Tour Request Form.

Faculty, staff, school groups and community members interested in the Sphere Theater, which contains Science on a Sphere, should visit the Sphere Theater webpage.

For non-environment related requests, please send inquires to Facilities Management.

Only request forms with all necessary information, including all signatures, will be processed.

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