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Campus chapters are formed within the official guidelines of your college or university and formally recognized through a simple process with Audubon. We have a dedicated team to support you through this process. Email: CampusChapters@audubon.org for more information.
Haven't found your flock yet? Become an Audubon Ambassador to serve as Audubon’s point person on campus– even if you haven't yet formed a chapter. Fill out this simple form to become an Audubon Ambassador.
Campus Chapter Conservation Actions
Audubon campus chapters have unique opportunities to protect birds and the places they need today and tomorrow—on and off campus. Each campus chapter leads at least one conservation action each academic year. Learn about Audubon Campus Chapter Conservation Actions. Additional support and resources to help students fulfill conservation actions are available for recognized chapters via Audubon's internal social network, Audubon Works.
4 Simple Steps to Get a Chapter Recognized:
If you are a student forming a new campus chapter, requesting recognition for an existing group, or are faculty /staff who would like to sponsor an Audubon campus chapter, please follow these four simple steps to make it official. Haven’t found your flock yet? Become an Audubon Ambassador
1. Tell us you’re interested; fill out a simple online form. Audubon's dedicated Campus Chapter team will contact you soon. Click here to fill out the form.
2. Learn more about the program: Audubon has put together a step-by-step guide to forming your chapter, from recruiting members to drafting a constitution and developing programs. Click here to read the Campus Chapter Handbook.
3. Draft a constitution for your chapter. Your college/university will most likely ask you to draft a constitution for your campus chapter. Audubon requires this. Click here to Download a sample Campus Chapter constitution.
Audubon campus chapters have unique opportunities to protect birds and the places they need today and tomorrow– on and off campus. Each campus chapter leads at least one conservation action each academic year. Learn about Audubon Campus Chapter Conservation Actions.
Additional support and resources to help student leaders implement any of these projects are available for recognized chapters via Audubon’s internal social network, Audubon Works.
Audubon has a team dedicated to the needs of its campus chapter leaders and sponsors. Email: CampusChapters@audubon.org.
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