The aim of this study is to examine the determinants of students’ perceptions of the Green University. The authors also examine whether students’ perceptions of the Green University are determined by the type of sustainability-related subjects that they have been taken to date. The authors divided sustainability-related subjects into those related to economics, social, and environment. The authors also compare students’ perceptions by different university types (public vs. private) as well as students from different majors (economics and business vs. engineering). The authors use questionnaires for data collection where respondents are undergraduate students in Jakarta, Indonesia. The result shows that on average our respondents have positive perceptions about Green University practices. However, the authors also find that students’ perceptions variate across university types. The authors also find that students’ perceptions about the importance of Green University are not positively affected by sustainability-related subjects. The authors find that public university students have higher and significant perceptions about the Green University, whereas students’ majors have no significant effects.