Lauren Gallup, Campus Conservation Outreach and Engagement
How To Use Scoresheet
First, complete the “User Information” tab. Then click on the “Prerequisites” tab and enter a “Yes” for each credit your office is in compliance with. Next, go to each of the tabs – Energy, Waste, Transportation, Participation, and Purchasing. Consider whether your office currently meets the listed action, choose the most appropriate answer from the drop down menu. Some answers will require entering a number. You will not be able to edit any other cells except those that are highlighted.
Points will be totaled automatically on the “checklist” tab so that users will be able to see which certification level your office qualifies for. Submit your scorecard by saving it with your office mail stop in the name, and return it to SOC as an attachment.
The purpose of the SOC Annual Review is to confirm whether SOC practices are still in place; if barriers have occurred to change practices; or improvements have been implemented that should be recognized.
Each action on the score-sheet has been assigned a point value based on its perceived difficulty and benefits. Bronze, silver, gold, and platinum certification levels are determined by the number of points acquired, using the score-sheet. If certain criteria do not apply to your office, you can click “This does not apply to our office”.