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FreeCycle Program

Student staff Austin Thoren poses in front of a FreeCycle Station.

Office of Sustainability student staff member, Austin Thoren, at a FreeCycle Station.

FreeCycle is a pilot program run throughout the 2018-2019 school year by the Office of Sustainability in partnership with the Office of Residence Life.

Books and school supplies that are collected from the Move Out Program, office moves, clean-outs, and other means are offered back to students. These items can be found to be available in several locations around campus.

Feel free to take a new read for yourself or leave a good book for another student to enjoy. Remember to only take the supplies you need so all students get to enjoy this initiative!

Where are they located?

Books and school supplies in each location vary. Check the locations below regularly to see if new additions have been placed.

FREECYCLE STATIONS
Building NameLocation in Building
Riverhawk VillageGround floor by handicap ramp to game room.
University SuitesGround floor in front of elevator landing.
Fox HallGround floor next to ATM & Hydration Station.
Riverview SuitesGround floor by large game room.
Donahue HallGround floor inside common room.

We are currently exploring other locations around campus to create more FreeCycle/Free Library Stations. If you would like one for your building, please email us at: sustainability@uml.edu.