North Carolina Campus Compact builds the capacity of colleges and universities to produce civically-engaged graduates and strengthen communities.
 
  • First Afterschool Corps cohort concludes year of service

    This week we bid farewell to our first cohort of Afterschool Corps VISTA members. These members served full-time, for a full year, to build the capacity of afterschool programs at their placement sites or partner organizations and to strengthen connections between a Campus Compact member institution and the community. On June 26th, we celebrated our VISTAs and their work at … Continue Reading
  • Faculty members from Duke, ECU selected as 2018-19 Engaged Faculty Scholars

    Dr. Jennifer Ahern-Dodson of Duke University and Dr. Rebecca Dumlao of East Carolina University (ECU) have been selected by North Carolina Campus Compact to be the 2018-2019 Engaged Faculty Scholars. They are the fourth pair of NC faculty members to take on the role, which was created in 2015. Ahern-Dodson and Dumlao will receive support from the Compact and from … Continue Reading
  • NC Afterschool Corps sites are great places to serve!

    NC Campus Compact is working with fourteen colleges, universities, and community-based non-profits to recruit qualified candidates to serve with the 2018-19 cohort of our NC Afterschool Corps. These amazing organizations support low-income children and families with a range of youth development programs. Learn more about them below and share these opportunities with community-minded people who want to make a difference. … Continue Reading
  • Spring 2018 issue of Partnerships: A Journal of Service-Learning and Civic Engagement

    Read the latest edition of Partnerships: A Journal of Service-Learning and Civic Engagement, North Carolina Campus Compact’s peer-reviewed, online journal, hosted by the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. In this spring 2018 issue of Partnerships (Vol. 9, No. 1), we feature three articles addressing important social issues. Stasinos Stavrianeas of Willamette University describes how a service-learning project undertaken by a … Continue Reading
  • New opportunities for faculty, staff, and campuses to spring into civic and community engagement

    North Carolina Campus Compact has several upcoming programs and events for faculty, staff, and member campuses, including our Engaged Faculty Scholars program, our Midterms Matter Mini-grants to support student voter engagement, and the Civic Engagement Administrators Conference. These supports can turn your civic engagement buds into blooms. Apply now to be an Engaged Faculty Scholar Application deadline: May 18 Project … Continue Reading
  • A Day of Giving to sustain our Compact

    On April 9, NC Campus Compact invites friends and allies to take part in our first-ever Day of Giving. Your support will grow the HPU Challenge Fund for North Carolina Campus Compact, a special interest endowment fund created to help sustain the Compact as it works to advance civic and community engagement in higher education. Since 2002, North Carolina Campus … Continue Reading

Engagement Matters: 
Student Reflections
Aaron Marshall, Western Carolina University Alum