Council Political & Activism Service & Volunteerism Special Interest Leadership


For young people concerned about their opportunities in a world shaped by climate change, The Climate Reality Project Campus Corps offers the chance to take control of their future. By joining the Corps and participating in the 100% Committed campaign, young people can personally play a key role in the historic movement that will transform the global economy, solve the greatest challenge of our time, and create a safe, sustainable, and prosperous future for us all.


Constitution / Tier

File ISUCRCampusCorpsConsitution1.docx
Tier Student Organization - Registered

Membership Information

Student Members 15
ISU Members 0
Non-ISU Members 0
Allowed Members Membership shall be open to all registered students and non-students that meet the meeting and event attendance requirements.
Allowed Officers Officer positions shall be open to all registered students in good academic standing.
Membership Qualifications A desire to help mitigate the effects of the climate crisis. Being willing to spend at least 3-5 hours on this group per week. There is no background knowledge needed!
Membership Restrictions Officers must be in good academic standing with the university and enrolled at least half time (six or more credit hours) during their term of office. Officers will also maintain a minimum cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 2.00 and meet that minimum GPA in the semester immediately prior to the election/appointment, the semester of election/appointment and semesters during the term of office. Officers must have at least one semester until graduation after their term(s) of service to act as a mentor for the next person that fills their position.
Elections/Selection Executive Officers will be elected annually at the final meeting of each academic year. Officers may hold positions for a maximum of 2 academic years and/or a maximum of 2 positions simultaneously.
Meetings Fall 2022: Meetings are Wednesday from 7-8 pm every week in Pearson 2157.

Description of Regular Meetings/Activities

We are fighting to push ISU to commit to 100% clean energy by 2030, full carbon neutrality as soon as possible, and permanent divestment from fossil fuel interests. Meeting every Wednesday 7-8 pm in Pearson 2157, we focus on empowering the youth and building a student movement made of a coalition of clubs across campus, faculty, and Ames community members to promote sustainability here at Iowa State! Our visibility events focus on educating students on the climate crisis, but more importantly on the many possible ways to solve the issue. The Corps also plans various social events with fellow environmentally focused organizations on campus and collaborates together on issues that specifically affect the university.

Description of Special Events

Fridays For Future Strikes - Every Friday of Fall 2022, we are doing nonviolent, peaceful protests in front of Beardshear Hall from 10:30-1:10 pm to call attention to the climate crisis and call on the university to commit to urgent climate action! We oppose the current $16 million boiler transition that dooms us to stay dependent on fossil fuels for the next several decades. ISU must invest in its students' future and promote a clean, equitable future for all!