The ENVS community site was designed to support students via in-depth resources on the ENVS major and minor. The ENVS major has been a challenging one, given its many requirements, project-based course approach, and demand that students define a custom concentration and apply it to their capstones. To help students thrive given these challenges, we provided communications resources (office hours signups, opportunity posts, archives of official communications, links to SAAB tutors, technical help with their own digital communications); resources on the ENVS major and minor, and how students document and share their (login-restricted) work on this site; a wide range of course resources (e.g., background and details on our situated approach to environmental scholarship, models of environmental communication, or ENVS style/citation guidelines); and links to related sites. A major component, built similar to the relational CPT database on the Overseas site, was an access-restricted database of all students, including their concentrations, course projects, and capstones. This database was developed for students to readily share their work with each other, as a complement to their own digital scholarship websites. In all, over 200 ENVS majors and minors, nearly 140 custom student concentrations, over 250 course research projects, and over 120 capstones (including all outcomes) were available via this database. Given the significance of this resource, it has been stored on this archive in a login-based manner for future students’ benefit.