North Carolina Campus Compact builds the capacity of colleges and universities to produce civically-engaged graduates and strengthen communities.
  • Elon senior honored as Barnhill Civic Trailblazer

    2016 Barnhill Civic Trailblazer Jenny FukunagaEven before her first day of class at Elon University, our 2016 John H. Barnhill Civic Trailblazer Jenny Fukunaga made a special effort to explore the local community. She traveled to Elon to take part in a summer program that lets incoming students spend a week volunteering in nearby Burlington and Alamance County. “I am from Los Angeles and I … Continue Reading
  • Student leaders from 25 campuses honored for community impact

    campus_compact-85_webNorth Carolina Campus Compact has honored 25 students selected by their campuses to receive a 2016 Community Impact Award. Eighteen of the recipients were recognized at the CSNAP Student Conference held recently at UNC Asheville. The 2016 Community Impact Award winners are: Appalachian State University – Evan Montpellier Evan is a senior geography major from St. Catharines, Ontario. Bennett College – … Continue Reading
  • CSNAP offers inspiration, reflection, and practical next steps for growing community engagement

    grantwelcomeThe annual CSNAP Student Conference brought more than 160 students, faculty, staff, and community advocates together for a day of reflection and learning. True to its name, the event touched on topics related to “Citizenship, Service, Networking, And Partnerships” in 14 morning workshop sessions and an afternoon “social change showcase” featuring eight organizations that mobilize college students to address community issues. This year’s … Continue Reading
  • Post-election reflections and resources from Campus Compact

    NatCClogoIn the wake of this week’s election, national Campus Compact has reaffirmed our commitment to strengthening democracy. Dr. Andrew Seligsohn, president of national Campus Compact, argues that we must “fortify the institutions in our society committed to openness, diversity, human dignity, and truth.” In a recent blog post, Dr. Seligsohn recalls the history of own family’s struggle for democracy and … Continue Reading
  • Final tips for GOTV, Election Day, and Beyond

    CEEP_Logo_2014We’ve compiled resources and suggestions to help our engaged campuses support students’ civic participation before and after the election. GOTV & VOTER EDUCATION NC Early Voting ends Saturday, Nov. 5 at 1 p.m. Students can register and vote during early voting. Please encourage your students to early vote by providing them info about the nearest early voting site, required documentation … Continue Reading
  • Latest edition of Partnerships journal now available

    Partnerships Logo_P onlyThe latest edition of Partnerships: A Journal of Service-Learning and Civic Engagement is now available online. This election season reminds us that for our country to operate at its potential, we must build partnerships across partisan lines, between differing world views, and among diverse populations. We have plenty of such positive examples, role models, and programs operating in communities across … Continue Reading

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Dr. Harold L. Martin, Sr., Chancellor
NC A & T State University and
NC Campus Compact Executive Board member