The Office of Sustainability at Pikes Peak Community College encourages partnerships and promotes initiatives to educate students about the importance of Sustainability. It is a student-fee funded program, and is the first of its kind in the State of Colorado.

About PPCC Sustainability

What We Do


Greenie Award Winner!

PPCC Sustainability won a 2016 Greenie Award in the schools category! Thank you to all those who support the program! A special thanks goes out to your sustainability team: Konrad Schlarbaum (pictured), Michael Heggem, Jerimie Lee, and Kayla Goodin. Also, thank you Veda Salon and Spa and Pikes Peak Earth Day for putting on the award and fashion show.


Join the Sustainability Club!

  • Conferences, Fundraisers, Networking, Service Projects, Field Trips
  • Open to students of all academic and technical programs
  • Learn how to save money, feel healthy, and reduce your environmental impact
  • Help others realize the many benefits of sustainable living

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Over 800,000 Water Bottles Saved

Playing your part in sustainability is as easy as bringing in your own reusable water bottle to school. So far, PPCC students, staff, and faculty have diverted over 800,000 disposable water bottles from the landfill.

That being said, it doesn't stop there.

More of What You Can Do

Contact the Office of Sustainability

Sustainability Coordinator

Konrad Schlarbaum

Office: Centennial Campus: Student Life

Hours: Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Email: Sustainability@ppcc.edu

Phone: (719) 502-2342