North Carolina Campus Compact builds the capacity of colleges and universities to produce civically-engaged graduates and strengthen communities.
  • MLK Day of Service mini-grants to fund projects at southern region campuses

    mlk2005_nolineNorth Carolina Campus Compact — in partnership with Iowa Campus Compact and the Corporation for National and Community Service (CNCS) — is pleased to announce a request for proposals (RFP) for the 2016 MLK Day of Service Community Partnership Project. This mini-grant project is focused on service that alleviates hunger and/or supports veterans. All state and national Campus Compact member institutions are eligible to apply … Continue Reading
  • Guilford Tech joins Campus Compact

    downloadGuilford Technical Community College has joined North Carolina Campus Compact, expanding the network to 36 colleges, universities, and community colleges.  These member institutions are committed to educating engaged citizens and strengthening local communities. GTCC joins five other community colleges in the NC Campus Compact network: Central Piedmont Community College, Davidson County Community College, Durham Technical Community College, Wake Technical Community College, and … Continue Reading
  • Winston-Salem State University becomes newest Campus Compact member

    wssulogoWinston-Salem State University is the newest member of the North Carolina Campus Compact network, joining 35 colleges, universities, and community colleges that share a commitment to community engagement. As a member campus, Winston-Salem State University (WSSU) can access resources and professional development that help institutions develop high-quality programs to foster student citizenship and strong community partnerships. “We are so excited to … Continue Reading
  • VISTA Orientation readies service members to get things done

    Group Photo_editedLearning. Serving. Bonding. These three words summarize the month of August for our 2015-16 cohort of AmeriCorps VISTA members. This year North Carolina Campus Compact welcomed twelve new members and welcomed back five returners. Read more about our members here and about this year’s projects and host sites here. VISTAs are national service members who work full-time for one year in a low-income community … Continue Reading
  • CSNAP Student Conference will train student leaders in “sustained dialogue”

    sideybylogos“Listening deeply enough to be changed by what you learn.” That’s how the  Sustained Dialogue Institute defines dialogue. Such deep listening — and related skills — comprise a powerful set of practices for student leaders who seek to engage differences as strengths. First developed by American diplomats for use in Middle East peace negotiations in the 1970s, the sustained dialogue process can help student leaders navigate … Continue Reading
  • National Campus Compact announces new civic partnership initiative

    National Campus Compact, along with the the Coalition of Urban and Metropolitan Universities (CUMU), Education Commission of the States (ECS), and Generation Citizen – are launching an initiative to advance civic learning and student success across the education continuum. The project is designed to support local education partnerships through an Action Summit and complementary learning communities. A key feature of the initiative … Continue Reading

The Engaged Leaders  video series
Dr. Nido Qubein, President, High Point University and
NC Campus Compact Executive Board Chair