North Carolina Campus Compact builds the capacity of colleges and universities to produce civically-engaged graduates and strengthen communities.
  • #CSNAP17 challenges students to be change agents

    On November 18, more than 230 college students from 28 colleges and universities gathered for the 2017 CSNAP Student Conference, hosted by Winston-Salem State University. The event marked its 25th year convening North Carolina students to network and share ideas related to community service, volunteerism, and civic engagement. #CSNAP17 attendees enjoyed a full day of learning, including hearing from several … Continue Reading
  • NC public service fellowships and internships for students and recent grads

    There are several great fellowship and internship opportunities for students and recent grads of North Carolina colleges who are interested in community service and the public good. Applications for most of these experiences are due in early 2018! Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation Fellowship The Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation offers one two-year, paid fellowship (beginning July 1) to an individual who … Continue Reading
  • New issue of Partnerships Journal now available

    Partnerships: A Journal of Service-Learning and Civic Engagement is North Carolina Campus Compact’s peer-reviewed, online journal, hosted by the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. The fall 2017 issue includes articles on how service-learning has progressed since its inception and how the practice could make greater impact in the future. Our featured article “The Neoliberal Starfish Conspiracy” by Randy Stoecker, author … Continue Reading
  • ALL IN Challenge recognizes NC campuses for 2016 voter participation

    Last week in Washington, D.C., the ALL IN Campus Democracy Challenge hosted its first-ever awards ceremony to recognize colleges and universities that achieved high student voter participation in 2016. In all, more than 30 awards were announced, including the Highest Voting Rate for University of Missouri – Saint Louis and the Most Improved Voting Rate for Northwestern University. ALL IN also recognized … Continue Reading
  • NC College Voter Summit challenges campuses to engage students in democracy

    More than 60 students and staff representing 14 colleges and universities gathered last week for the 2nd annual NC College Voter Summit. Hosted by Elon University, the event was a chance to explore how higher education institutions can support students’ civic learning and voting, with a special focus on the 2017 municipal elections. Three plenary and ten breakout sessions featured … Continue Reading
  • Wake Tech awarded grant from Campus Compact’s Fund for Positive Engagement

    Wake Technical Community College has been awarded a $5,000 grant from national Campus Compact. The Compact’s Fund for Positive Engagement seeks to catalyze efforts to bring people together across lines of difference. Wake Tech is one of 40 institutions across the country to receive the funding, and the only one in North Carolina. The grant competition generated nearly 300 proposals. … Continue Reading

Celebrating 15 Years of Commitment to
Community Engagement in NC Higher Education