Year-end Donation Programs Start Today!

Moving out? Do you have unwanted stuff in your dorm room that you want to get rid of? Don’t trash it; donate it instead! The University offers two programs to get rid of your items in a responsible way. Last year we collected 18,500 lbs. of clothing, 3,000 lbs. of food, 2,000 lbs. of electronics, and 1,000 lbs. of other goods! The best part? By participating you are helping others in need and the planet too! Please spread the word!

 

Move-out Cleanout

Sponsored by University Facilities and Services

Held from April 26 through May 16

Clothing and Shoes– Look for large yellow Planet Aid collection boxes located outside of each residential living area.

Unopened Non-perishable Food– Collection barrels will be placed in the main entryway of each residence hall.

Electronics- Label “Recycle” and bring to the Sage or Gale loading docks. Please note that removal of personal information is strongly recommended as items are left in an open location until data is wiped cleaned by our recycler.

Cinder Blocks- Bring to the Sage loading dock for reuse.

 

Dump & Run

Sponsored by Grassroots, an SA funded organization

Bring your items OUTSIDE to the designated collection areas on the two collection dates. Acceptable items include rugs, chairs, furniture, shelving, baskets, working electronics, refrigerators, microwaves, school supplies. (No non-approved appliances or items as detailed on the Fire & Life Safety rules checklist.)

Saturday, May 7 (1-4pm)

Sue B.- at the circle in front

Southside- in parking lot

Res Quad and Frat Quad- on Faculty Rd.

Saturday, May 14 (1-4pm)

Hill Court- by Gale loading dock

Jackson Court- along Towers Rd.

Riverview- in parking lot

Brooks Crossing- held the Community Room and NOT outside

 

Rain locations: Sue B. (Friel Lounge), Southside (Valentine Community Room), Res Quad/Frat Quad (Tiernan Community Room), Hill Court (inside Gale loading dock), Jackson Court (O’Brien Bike Room), Riverview (held outside rain or shine)

 

Above image from flickr.com

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