RU’s Schaumburg Campus Earns “Tree Campus USA” Designation

Butterfly garden and Indian marker tree at RU's Schaumburg Campus, June 2012

Roosevelt University’s Schaumburg Campus was recognized on April 2 by the National Arbor Foundation and the State of Illinois Department of Natural Resources as a Tree Campus USA. A plaque and flag will be unveiled at noon on Earth Day, Monday, April 22.

Tree Campus USATree Campus USA recognition has been given to only 11 Higher Education institutions in the state. Illinois ranks first in the nation for the largest number of colleges and universities accomplishing this rigorous certification.

 

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