SDG 11. Sustainable Cities and Communities - Student Groups


Association of International Relations
The Association of International Relations promotes and works toward the United Nations SDGs, which include diminishing inequality globally, fighting for renewable energy, and volunteering with the world's refugees.



Engineering Governing Council
The Engineering Governing Council is the representative body for the students of the Rutgers University School of Engineering. Working in conjunction with the faculty and administration of the School of Engineering, the EGC strives to represent and further the needs and best interests of its constituency.

GenUN is a national initiative of the United Nations Association aimed at educating students about UN issues and empowering advocacy for international humanitarian issues. RU GenUN is a chapter affiliate backed by the SAS Honors Program.  As an action-oriented platform, RU GenUN provides a vehicle for Rutgers students to lead campaigns on the 2030 Agenda and the UN SDGs. 

Students for Environmental and Energy Development
Students for Environmental and Energy Development (SEED) is focused on exploring, learning, and applying sustainable scientific and technological solutions to the environment/energy problems faced by society today.

SEBS Governing Council
The SEBS Governing Council (SGC) serves the student body of the Rutgers School of Environmental and Biological Sciences (SEBS). By reaching out to both the community and the faculty/administration, the SGC works to amplify the student voice and represent the needs and concerns of the student body.


GlobeMed envisions a world where all people have the opportunity to live a health life. This group, with chapters across the United States, connects the assets of a student-led network to grassroots health organizations working in communities around the world.

Make cities and human settlements inclusive, safe, resilient, and sustainable