Friday Night Lights

Friday Night Lights is a volunteer program that is run by the Student Sustainability Council that works to reduce energy waste at Purdue by turning off lights in major academic buildings on Fridays to keep them from wasting energy for the entire weekend. Last year over 38,000 lights were turned off by Friday Night Lights volunteers throughout the course of the year. Volunteers will spend an hour going room to room turning lights off in order to reduce energy waste, save Purdue University money, and engage the community in working toward sustainability.

FNL is currently accepting volunteers! Sign up to help Purdue save energy and receive a FREE Chipotle burrito!

We look forward to seeing you!