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Sustainability at SIUE
Whether through Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certifiable construction projects in its buildings or the campus bike share and recycling programs initiated by the Sustainability Advisory Group, SIUE encourages environmental preservation and stewardship, while promoting scholarship.

SIUE is nearing the completion of an extensive, more-than-$300-million construction and infrastructure improvement plan that already has resulted in thousands of students, faculty, staff and campus visitors enjoying numerous finished additions to campus life.

We provide our faculty, staff, students and visitors with the highest quality academic and student-focused structures in which to learn and enjoy campus life. We offer the best sustainable programs and features — through classroom learning, student service and engagement opportunities, and the features and amenities available in our state-of-the-art and renovated facilities. We always are striving to exceed your expectations.

School of Engineering Engineering Building Addition — Every measurable indicator shows that SIUE’s School of Engineering is viable and booming. A $14.2 million expansion and renovation project offers students additional laboratory and work space that replicates industry standards, as well as opportunities to collaborate and assist on innovative research projects.
Science Building West Science Building West — Home to the Departments of Chemistry, Biological Sciences and Environmental Sciences, this new structure offers an exciting mix of sustainable features, reducing the University’s carbon footprint, while providing much-needed space and state-of-the-art resources for our students. This will make our graduates even more competitive in the global workforce.
Art and Design Building Expansion Art & Design Building Renovation and Expansion — The vibrant $16 million project provides a welcoming atmosphere for faculty, staff, students and the greater community. Anyone who visits campus will be awestruck by the distinctive beauty and openness of the structures, which centralize the University’s art programs, including ceramics/glass, drawing, foundations, graphic design, metalsmithing, painting, photography/digital arts, printmaking, sculpture and textiles, art education, art history, and art therapy.
Lukas Athletic Annex The Charles and Mary Lukas Athletics Annex — The $4.5 million structure brings distinction to the University and excitement to campus life through supporting the highest level of intercollegiate competition. Student-athletes are a primary beneficiary of this facility. These students are engaged members of the campus and the Metro-East community. They put academics first and give back through their community service.
Early Childhood Center SIUE Early Childhood Center Renovation and Expansion — A $2.3 million renovation and expansion has allowed the Center to increase its capacity, providing children of University families and the community with greater access to high-quality care and education. The Center also enhances experiential learning opportunities of SIUE School of Education students.
Student Success Center Student Success Center — All student needs delivered in one central location — that’s what students get when they visit the modern $16.1 million Student Success Center. The facility houses academic and personal support services, optimizing the academic, service and social components of the student experience.
Evergreen Hall Evergreen Hall — The $39.3 million, 190,000-square-foot residence hall opened in fall 2007. Home to 500 students each semester, the facility offers its residents numerous green features and supports sustainable living.
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