Audubon On Campus

The next generation of conservationists, making an impact today.

You want to take action to protect the planet. In fact, you may already be doing your part to help make your community and the world a better place. Audubon sees you, and we want to help.

Receive the tools to make sure your actions have a lasting impact: Bring Audubon on Campus with the Audubon on Campus Program.

When you introduce Audubon to your campus, you will connect with and engage people of all backgrounds to transform institutions, communities, and the world. Audubon will provide the framework, tools, training, and support to help you build leadership skills, relationships—and your resume—while collaborating to create meaningful change on and off-campus. You may even find a career path you hadn't considered yet.

There is more than one way to get involved. Read more to discover what other students are doing on campuses across the United States, then sign up to become a campus ambassador, establish a campus chapter, or certify an existing club as an Audubon campus chapter today.

Want to know more? Here's a good overview of Audubon On Campus.

Bring Audubon on Your Campus

Sign up to become a campus ambassador, establish a campus chapter, or certify an existing club as an Audubon campus chapter today! We’ve made it easy to get started.

Become an Audubon Ambassador
Establish a Campus Chapter, or Affiliate

Past Events Organized by Audubon On Campus Chapters


Audubon On Campus
Want to Support a Local Campus Chapter?

Local community chapters that already partner with nearby colleges, universities, or other student conservation clubs are encouraged to connect with the Audubon on Campus Team at for support and strengthen partnerships with institutions of higher learning.

Actions on Campus

Remember that Audubon depends on your support to do the conservation work that we do.
Three people sit at a wooden desk. Michael, right, is speaking with his hand upraised while two other people look on.
What I Learned on Capitol Hill
December 08, 2022 — Audubon campus chapter leader Michael Kerrigan recalls what it was like to meet with legislators and advocate on behalf of birds.
A group of canoes, filled with two people apiece, and one kayak, gather in lake near some trees and other vegetation.
Audubon On Campus: Class of 2022 On Life, Birds, and the Future
October 17, 2022 — We asked Audubon campus chapter leaders what they've been up to, and what they're planning to do next.
Students in North Carolina Tackle Light Pollution with Cube Satellites
May 12, 2022 — How six students from UNC Asheville are creating a tool to help support Lights Out initiatives in North Carolina and beyond.
Our Audubon on Campus Staff

Diana Braithwaite

Program Director, Audubon on Campus

Gustavo Figueroa

Program Manager, Audubon on Campus

Ray Sessley

Engagement Associate

Audubon Campus Chapters