North Carolina Campus Compact builds the capacity of colleges and universities to produce civically-engaged graduates and strengthen communities.
  • 2017 Year in Review (15th Anniversary Edition!)

    2017 was a milestone year for North Carolina Campus Compact: we celebrated the 15th anniversary of our network, gained new member campuses, partnered to bring the Gulf South Summit to NC, and led Compact Nation in the number of campuses completing a Civic Action Plan. Our Year in Review shares these highlights and more. Video celebrates NC Campus Compact’s 15th … Continue Reading
  • Warren Wilson College student honored as Barnhill Civic Trailblazer

    Warren Wilson College senior Brian Wuertz is the 2017 recipient of the John H. Barnhill Civic Trailblazer Award. The annual award is presented by North Carolina Campus Compact to one student in the state who fostered innovative service partnerships and whose leadership inspires others to serve. An Asheville native, Wuertz learned early of Warren Wilson’s community service ethos: his third-grade … Continue Reading
  • Community Impact Award recognizes NC students for outstanding service

    Each year, NC Campus Compact recognizes a group of outstanding student servant-leaders with our Community Impact Award. Each campus may select one student to receive the award. This year, 23 students were named by their campus as Community Impact Award recipients, joining more than 250 college students recognized by the network since the award was first presented in 2006. Seventeen of … Continue Reading
  • #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

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