112 students live in Baker Village, the first part of Luther campus to achieve carbon neutrality through geothermal and solar energy systems.
The bike share program has helped over 12,000 riders travel more sustainably in the last decade.
More than 150 students are involved in work-study, internships, and initiatives related to sustainability.
The Cafeteria to Community program packages an average of 10,000 pounds of leftover food from the Luther Cafeteria each year to donate to area food pantries.
Luther college has reduced its carbon footprint by 56% on the way to a goal of 100% carbon neutrality by 2030.
75% of Luther's academic departments offer sustainability-related courses.
Creating and enhancing a pollinator habitat on campus has been an ongoing collaboration of the Biology department, Luther College Land Stewardship, and facilities. Luther supports pollinators with: