- Representation on NCSE’s Council of Environmental Deans and Directors (CEDD), the leadership organization advancing the quality and effectiveness of interdisciplinary environmental and sustainability education and scholarship on the nation’s campuses.
- Exclusive access to information on federal funding for environmental research and education, including participation in the annual Academic-Federal Dialogue on Environmental and Energy Research and Education.
- Opportunities to participate in multi-institutional collaborations to secure federal funding;
- Complimentary registrations (up to five) to NCSE’s National Conference: The Food, Energy, Water Nexus, January 19-21, 2016, valued at $495 per attendee.
- Exclusive environmental education report series providing data, analysis, and case studies for understanding the fields of interdisciplinary environmental and sustainability education programs, institutes and centers in the U.S.
- Campus-wide subscription to NCSE’s Daily Environmental News Digest, an online resource on environment, energy and science-related news and information.
- 40% discount on strategic consulting services that support program evaluation, enhancement and planning.
- Affiliate schools can become a member of the Council of Energy Research and Education Leaders (CEREL) for an additional affiliate membership rate of $800.
- NCSE provides office space for member schools’ faculty and administrators to use when visiting Washington, DC. The office is centrally located downtown near federal agencies and Capitol Hill.