How colleges make the world better with foursquare!
One of the best things about being in college is that there are so many great opportunities to serve the community. Here are a few ways universities are using foursquare to help the greater good.
- The University of Toledo leaves tips around campus to let students know where to find all the recycling bins (no more pizza box graveyards in students’ dorm rooms!).
- For their Sustainability Week activities (how awesome is it that they have that?), the University at Albany-SUNY rewarded students and faculty with 10 campus dollars for leaving tips about sustainability for others to discover.
- For a recent food drive, George Mason University created a foursquare list of all the participating drop-off locations accepting canned food, so students all over campus knew where to take their donations.
- At the University of North Alabama (Go Lions!), a simple tweet about an overflowing garbage can inspired a student to turn it into its own foursquare venue, pointing out the need for more recycling bins. Students started checking in to it, and the Student Government Association responded by ramping up efforts on its recycling program! Success!
How has your university used foursquare to make its community better? Let us know in the comments or at email@example.com!