North Carolina Campus Compact builds the capacity of colleges and universities to produce civically-engaged graduates and strengthen communities.
  • New partnership with Food Lion Feeds will support campus efforts to fight hunger

    North Carolina Campus Compact has joined forces with Food Lion Feeds to launch a “Collegiate Challenge” that will mobilize colleges and universities to address hunger in their local community. A geographically diverse group of 18 schools — including 4-year colleges and universities and 2-year community colleges — will compete for $20,000 in funding to support campus-based hunger relief projects, while … Continue Reading
  • CSNAP Student Conference will let students learn, share ideas to advance campus-community engagement

    On November 9-10 in Fayetteville, NC Campus Compact will hold its annual CSNAP Student Conference in partnership with Fayetteville State University. CSNAP — which stands for “Citizenship, Service, Networking, And Partnerships” — lets college students lead and attend breakout sessions that advance the practice of civic and community engagement on campuses across the state. Workshops may address leadership skills, model … Continue Reading
  • New NC Afterschool Corps VISTA members begin service year

    Last week NC Campus Compact welcomed the newest NC Afterschool Corps members with a two-day orientation and training event. For the 2018-2019 project year, fourteen members will serve at 10 campus and community sites to strengthen afterschool programs and facilitate connections between colleges and universities and their community partners. All of these members are serving as part of the AmeriCorps … Continue Reading
  • Network Meetings at Western Carolina and Wayne CC kick off new program year

    Every August, our summer network meetings convene civic and community engagement administrators to share ideas and preview the year ahead. Last week,  more than 60 representatives from 30 member campuses took part in the two regional gatherings. Our west region meeting was hosted by Western Carolina University. The day included a welcome by WCU’s interim chancellor Alison Morrison-Shetlar, updates on the … Continue Reading
  • 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


The Voter Summit scheduled for this Saturday, September 15 has been cancelled due to Hurricane Florence. Save the date for rescheduled event planned for Saturday, September 29 in Greensboro. 


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