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How to Boost Student Engagement in Reusables Programs

Hosted by Topanga CEO Page Schult and Campus Ambassador Lead Ali Deambrosio, joined by student panelists

It’s no doubt that student engagement is an essential component of a thriving reusables program. Student participation, feedback, and evangelization dramatically shape the success of your campus’s reusables program––from your rate of adoption and level of effectiveness, to your overall environmental impact and program ROI.

That’s why we were excited to host our student panel webinar hosted by CEO Page Schult and Campus Ambassador Lead Ali Deambrosio, featuring students from ReusePass campuses including Boston University, Occidental College, and Washington State University.

This engaging live webinar dove into ReusePass’s unique student-engagement strategies which drive program adoption, performance, and location growth, ultimately resulting in a stronger program that delivers ROI and positive sentiments for dining initiatives on campuses. After hearing in-depth experiences from each student, we then opened the floor for attendees to ask the student panelists any questions––offering attendees a unique opportunity to receive direct student feedback on how they can enhance reuse initiatives.

More student-engagement areas we covered:

  • The gamified experience of ReusePass and the power of sharing personal impact reporting data

  • Passionate students bringing reusables to their campus via our Occidental college case study

  • Custom community events, tablings, and promos that drive engagement beyond the transaction

  • Orientation materials and trainings to increase program awareness to new students

  • ReusePass-branded marketing signage to increase program education amongst the student body

  • And more!

If you're interested in seeing what ReusePass-level student engagement could look like on your campus, reach out to us at

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