If you live in any UofL residence halls, check out how your hall is doing in Ecolympics! Your’s could be the most sustainable hall! To be in the running for individual prizes, you must post photos of yourself taking action using the hashtag #ULecolympics2017 and tag @uoflsustainable

 Live on campus? Win with conservation! UofL residence halls will compete amongst each other and battle together against campuses across the country to see who can reduce electricity use the most over three weeks. All you have to do is stop wasting energy! Turn off lights/TVs/computers; unplug anything you’re not actively using; skip the elevator for the stairs; close windows tightly; dry clothes on a rack/line; take quick showers or shower with solar power at the SRC; etc.

  • Make a personal commitment to reduce and keep track of each hall’s progress with UofL’s Building Dashboard! Click on the links below to see how much electricity your hall is using and to make a commitment to conserve!
  1. Bettie Johnson HallJoin The National Day Of Unplugging – March 3-4 2017
  2. Billy Minardi Hall
  3. Community Park (real-time!)
  4. Kurz Hall (real-time!)
  5. Louisville Hall (real-time!)
  6. Miller Hall
  7. Threlkeld Hall
  8. Unitas Hall (real-time!)
  9. University Tower Apartments (UTA)


  • The UofL residence hall which cuts electricity use the most will win a specially catered dinner and a Green Renovation project for the hall!
  • Individual prizes will be given out to residents who take steps to reduce their footprint! The greenest resident of 2017 will win a $400 bike shopping spree! To be in the running for prizes, you must post photos of yourself taking action! Simply post your photos to social media using the hashtag #ULecolympics2017 and tag @uoflsustainable