See how JMU's STARS® scores compares to select peer institutions. Scroll to the bottom of this webpage for a comparison of JMU's score in each STARS category with that of select other higher education institutions.  For each category, the greyscale bar displays the scores (in quartiles) of all institutions of the same type as JMU that received a rating under STARS version 2.1.  The meaning of the quartiles follows:

The Sustainability Tracking, Assessment & Rating System (STARS) is a transparent, self-reporting framework for colleges and universities to measure their sustainability performance. STARS is intended to engage and recognize the full spectrum of higher education institutions, from community colleges to research universities. The framework encompasses long-term sustainability goals for already high-achieving institutions, as well as entry points of recognition for institutions that are taking first steps toward sustainability.  Learn more about how sustainability is defined by AASHE STARS.

See JMU's complete STARS report. How can you lead next steps for JMU? Find inspiration by looking at examples of innovative and high impact initiatives from all participating STARS institutions in AASHE's Sustainable Campus Index publication.


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