GEP provides a dynamic educational environment with a multitude of hands-on learning opportunities both inside and outdoors.
Whether your passion is climate change, agriculture, mapping, GIS technology, environmental restoration or something else, chances are there is a lab or research center that will feed your inspiration and take your studies to new heights.
We invite you to explore The Environmental Technology Center and its surrounding gardens, the high tech CIGA and SQUAL labs, the Center for Sustainable Communities, The SSU Botanical and Kenneth M. Stocking Native Plant Garden, and the Fairfield Osborn Preserve and Galbreath Wildlands Preserve.
GEP classes often incorporate field trips into the curriculum. These are great opportunities to bring the words in the textbook to life. Please fill out appropriate field trip forms at your instructor's request.