AASHE Rating: Bronze
What is “AASHE”?
The Association for the Advancement for Sustainability in Higher Education (AASHE) is an organization that uses the Sustainability Tracking and Rating System (STARS) to rate the sustainability performance of universities and colleges around the world. Over 1,000 institutions are rated by AASHE. Possible ratings from most to least prestigious include Platinum, Gold, Silver, Bronze, or Reporter. The University of Delaware earned a Bronze rating.
In January 2023, the University of Delaware’s Bronze rating will expire and we will default to Reporter status.
Percent of Total Points Earned
UD earned 70 out of 215 possible points.
Score in 25th Percentile Amongst Peers
The score earned by UD places us in the lower 25th percentile of all AASHE Ranked Institutions.
Percent of Bronze or Reporter Institutions
Only 17% of AASHE institutions earned a rating of Bronze or Reporter. This includes UD’s Bronze rating.
Moving Forward & Upward
Successfully submitting the data required for an AASHE rating and earning a Bronze seal was an important first step. The Climate Action Plan Subcommittee is currently focusing on strategic and meaningful ways to improve our score.