This course introduces sustainability practices in the higher education context. Students will learn about current sustainability issues and efforts at universities across the country—and what is driving this increasing trend. Students will learn of the skills involved in sustainability work - both technical skills such as those involved in conducting a greenhouse gas accounting as well as organizational, political, and social skills involved in carrying out a sustainability project. The emerging role of a new occupation—campus sustainability coordinator—will be detailed and examined. The SC as a change agent, the skills needed and the barriers and pitfalls to success will be discussed. Sustainability practices such as campus recycling/zero waste, climate action planning, energy conservation, sustainable transportation, service-learning, full cost assessment, student leadership, assessment, engagement, change methodologies, and organizing will be reviewed. A student taking this course will become much better prepared to pursue a campus sustainability activity, program, or employment.