June 19, 2015
by Betsy Chapman
We’re closing out this week of Daily Deacs with some FYIs you may or may not have known. Sustainability is something we are very proud of at WFU, and there are lots of ways that students can live a greener life while on campus. Did you know that out of a field of 125 colleges and universities, Wake students placed in the top five in fresh water savings for the second year in a row? (By the way, if your Deac hasn’t visited the Office of Sustainability website, there’s tons of great info out there).
Choosing to ride a bicycle (instead of taking a car) is another way to go green. The Office of Sustainability wants students and parents to know that bikes need to be registered. See below for more info.
Did you know…
Like motorized vehicles, all bicycles must be registered at Wake Forest University. You can register your bicycle for free at the Parking & Transportation Office or online. Make sure that you know the make, model, and serial number of your bicycle before you begin the process.
Registration helps in recovery efforts of stolen property and is the only way university staff can contact you to determine whether or not your bicycle has been abandoned.
Register your bike by midnight on 6/21/15 for a chance to win a $50 Ken’s Bike Shop gift card.
Categories: campus life
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