North Carolina Campus Compact builds the capacity of colleges and universities to produce civically-engaged graduates and strengthen communities.
 
  • Four NC schools ranked among top 20 for service-learning

    Child Holding TrophyFour North Carolina colleges and universities are ranked among the nation’s top 20 institutions for service-learning, according to a new survey conducted by the U.S. News & World Report. Duke University, Elon University, UNC-Chapel Hill, and Warren Wilson College are among the 20 schools most cited for outstanding service-learning programs in the magazine’s 2014 survey of presidents, chief academic officers, … Continue Reading
  • Campus staff explore asset-based engagement at summer network meetings

    OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAThe Compact recently hosted its summer network meetings at UNC Greensboro and Appalachian State. Over 60 community engagement and service-learning staff and faculty attended the free, members-only sessions. Our conversations explored a new resource developed by Minnesota Campus Compact – Asset-Based Community Engagement in Higher Education- as well as strong initiatives at member campuses. We also spent time discussing the … Continue Reading
  • HPU President Qubein begins term as NC Campus Compact Board Chair

    Nido Qubein, Leo Lambert, Kenneth Peacock during the 2014 PACE Conference. PHOTO BY: JEFF JANOWSKI/UNCWOn July 1, Dr. Nido Qubein, president of High Point University, began a three-year term as chairman of North Carolina Campus Compact’s Executive Board. The board is made up of presidents and chancellors from the nearly 40 colleges and universities that are part of the statewide network. Dr. Qubein’s appointment was announced during the Compact’s annual Pathways to Achieving Civic … Continue Reading
  • AmeriCorps VISTA: The Key to Opportunity

    Becoming an AmeriCorps VISTA has opened the door to so many opportunities and helped me find my purpose in life.Throughout the month of June, North Carolina Campus Compact will be publishing articles written by our VISTA members. These pieces give readers access to first-hand experiences and reflections of VISTAs serving throughout the state. We are excited for them to share their perspectives on community and service with us!  Please note: Any opinions expressed on the VISTA VIEW blog are … Continue Reading
  • VISTA Quarterly Report: Leveraging Resources for Long-term Impacts

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Sedgefield Elementary menteeHere’s an update on how our VISTA members are mobilizing North Carolina’s communities and continuing to fight poverty with the power of higher education! Our measurable impact from the past four months: $49,495 cash and grant resources generated $7,221 in-kind resources generated 1,751 volunteers mobilized 13,070 hours of service performed by volunteers To date, our VISTAs and the programs and organizations … Continue Reading
  • Programs that nurture, recognize engaged graduates

    ccps14-8393Across North Carolina, spring commencements honor the diligence and achievements of graduates. Several member campuses reserve special recognition for engaged students during these celebrations. At UNC Chapel Hill on May 9, the 251 members of the 10th class of Buckley Public Service Scholars were honored at a ceremony in Memorial Hall, highlighting their years of service while at Carolina. All graduates received … Continue Reading

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