Elizabeth City State University ranks third among the top, public Historically Black Colleges/Universities (HBCUs) in a recent survey that analyzes efforts the institutions are taking to effectively manage energy.

The Building Green Initiative at Clark Atlanta University partnered with the North Carolina Institute for Minority Economic Development to conduct a comprehensive sustainability survey of HBCUs. The survey recognizes and celebrates the achievements of the “Top 10 Green HBCUs” which include: the University of Maryland Eastern Shore, Spelman College, Florida A & M University, Howard University, and Elizabeth City State University in the top five. North Carolina Agriculture & Technical University, Livingstone, Bowie State, Morgan State, Mississippi Valley State, Clark Atlanta and Claflin Universities round out the top ten including ties represented in the Top 10 Green HBCUs chart recognizing public and private historically black colleges and universities.

Read more about ECSU's green initiatives.

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Friday, May 2, 2014