First standard : Infrastructure
This standard includes basic information about the college’s policy towards the green environment and the inclusion of green space in the safe environment.
– Some indicators of the standard
• The total area of the university campus covered by forest vegetation.
• The total area of the campus is covered with cultivated plants.
• The total area of the university campus for water absorption, in addition to forests and cultivated plants.
• Campus facilities for the disabled, special needs or maternity care.
• Security, safety and health infrastructure facilities for students.
• The percentage of the university budget allocated to sustainability efforts.

The second criterion: Energy and climate change.
The university's interest in using energy and climate change issues. Universities are expected to increase efforts in the field of energy efficiency in their buildings, nature and resources.
– Some indicators of the standard
• Use energy-saving appliances.
• Elements of green building implementation as outlined in all construction and renovation policies.
• Percentage of renewable energy production using total energy for each year.
• University impact on climate change.

Third standard: Education and Research
University effort to create and support the interest of the new generation in sustainability cases.
– Some indicators of the standard
• The number of sustainable community service projects organized or in which students participate.
• The ratio of sustainability research funding to the total research funding ratio.
• Number of sustainability-related events.
• Number of cultural activities on campus.
• Sustainability report.

Fourth standard: Transportation
Universities' policy is to limit the number of cars on campus, and the use of the campus bus and bike to encourage a healthy environment and reduce carbon traces in universities.
– Some indicators of the standard
• Zero-emission vehicle policy on campus.
• Total number of zero-emission vehicles divided by campus population.
• The total number of vehicles (cars and motorcycles) divided by the total campus population.
• Round-trip transportation service.
• The ratio of the ground parking area to the total campus area.
• A program to limit or reduce parking space on campus over the past three years.

Fifth standard: Water
Universities are expected to reduce water use, increase conservation programmes, and protect habitats. This may include a water conservation program and the use of piped water.
– Some indicators of the standard
• Implementing a water conservation program.
• Implementing a water recycling program.
• Use water-saving devices.
• Treated water consumption.

Sixth standard: Waste
Waste treatment and recycling programs are key factors in creating a sustainable environment. Universities must take note of waste production as well as recycling waste.
– Some indicators of the standard
• University waste recycling program.
• Treating organic waste.
• A program to reduce the use of paper and plastic on campus.
• Dealing with toxic waste.
• Disposal of sewage.