North Carolina Campus Compact builds the capacity of colleges and universities to produce civically-engaged graduates and strengthen communities.
  • NC Central, UNC Greensboro, Pfeiffer awarded grants to support MLK Day of Service

    mlk2005_nolineThree North Carolina universities – NC Central University, Pfeiffer University, and UNC Greensboro – have been awarded grants as part of the MLK Day of Service Community Partnership Project, which provides funding for service projects that work toward alleviating hunger and supporting veterans. These schools, all members of North Carolina Campus Compact, are among 40 colleges and universities across the … Continue Reading
  • 19 member schools named to President’s Honor Roll, Duke and Elon honored in all categories

    honor-rollCongratulations to the nineteen NC Campus Compact member campuses named to the 2015 President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll! The President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll, launched in 2006, annually highlights the role colleges and universities play in solving community problems and placing more students on a lifelong path of civic engagement by recognizing institutions that achieve meaningful, … Continue Reading
  • NC College Voter Summit prepares students to #votehot

    0910161529a_resizedOn September 10, nearly 60 student leaders from 17 NC campuses gathered at Elon University for a full Saturday of training on best practices for non-partisan voter engagement. In whole group and break-out sessions led by veteran organizers from Democracy NC, the Campus Vote Project, and NC PIRG, students dug into such topics as: working with your local board of elections, effective … Continue Reading
  • CEEP Student Fellows lead efforts to engage college student voters

    CEEP_Logo_2014This summer — with support from the national Campus Election Engagement Project and Ben & Jerry’s “Democracy in Your Hands” initiative — we welcomed 5 student leaders to our EE Fellows Program. They joined a group of 12 student fellows who began working last spring to support non-partisan, campus-based efforts to engage student voters this fall and to institutionalize programs and processes … Continue Reading
  • Welcoming the new VISTA Program Coordinator

    Last month, NC Campus Compact welcomed Amber Rhodes as our new VISTA Program Coordinator. Amber brings knowledge and experience from two completed VISTA service terms. She served her first year as a MT Campus Compact VISTA with Montana College Access Network in Helena, MT. Her second term was spent with the Asheville City Schools Foundation in Asheville, NC supporting public … Continue Reading
  • Garvin to participate in policy fellowship on afterschool and expanded learning

    garvin_leslie_webExecutive director Leslie Garvin is among 16 leaders in the field of afterschool and expanded learning nationwide to be named a White-Riley-Peterson Policy Fellow. The White-Riley-Peterson Policy Fellowship is made possible through a partnership between the Riley Institute at Furman University (Greenville, S.C.) and the Charles Stewart Mott Foundation. The new class of White-Riley-Peterson Policy Fellows brings the total number of … Continue Reading

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Dr. Harold L. Martin, Sr., Chancellor
NC A & T State University and
NC Campus Compact Executive Board member