CSUN Health Promotion and Wellness collects and maintains data on health behaviors and attitudes of the campus community.
Links to Data
Campus waste generation amounts to approximately 70 pounds per person annually. Reduction of CSUN’s waste is necessary to conserve valuable natural resources, reduce environmental pollution and reduce negative social impacts.
- Reduction of total waste generated by the campus (including landfill, recycling, and other disposal methods)
- Increase diversion of waste from landfills
- Increase awareness of waste, recycling and related issues
- Improve collection and access of waste related data and information
Objectives for 2023
- Reduction of total waste per capita by 20% over current values
- Diversion of 75% of waste from landfills by 2023
- Expand recycling capability to a wider range of plastics and other materials
The ACHA-NCHA is a survey developed by the American College Health Association (ACHA) to collect data about the health of college students and provides insight into how Klotz Student Health Center can best serve the student population. California State University, Northridge distributes the NCHA every other year to a random sample of students on the CSUN campus.