North Carolina Campus Compact builds the capacity of colleges and universities to produce civically-engaged graduates and strengthen communities.
  • How can your campus support student voting and democratic engagement?

    Check out these upcoming webinars and events for campuses looking to support student democratic engagement: Events! National Voter Registration Day September 26 A national holiday celebrating our democracy first observed in 2012. Held on the fourth Tuesday of September. Endorsed by the National Association of Secretaries of State (NASS). It is further supported by the National Association of State Election … Continue Reading
  • UNCW’s Lee and WCU’s Wall-Bassett named Engaged Faculty Scholars for 2017-18

    NC Campus Compact is happy to announce the selection of our 2017-2018 Engaged Faculty Scholars: Dr. Jacquelyn Lee, an assistant professor of social work at UNC Wilmington, and Dr. Elizabeth Wall-Bassett, an associate professor of nutrition and dietetics at Western Carolina University. Lee and Wall-Bassett are the third cohort of NC faculty members to fill the Engaged Scholars role. As Engaged Faculty … Continue Reading
  • CEA Conference explores future of alternative breaks

    Last week, more than 50 faculty, staff, and student leaders representing 29 colleges and universities from 8 states convened for the 2017 Civic Engagement Administrators Conferences. The event focused on alternative service experiences, often called “alternative breaks,” and featured 3 keynote speakers and a dozen workshop presenters. To re-cap the event, we’ll share some favorite Tweets posted to our event hashtag, #NCCEAC! … Continue Reading
  • NC Afterschool Corps sites still recruiting candidates for AmeriCorps VISTA positions

    NC Campus Compact is currently recruiting candidates to fill AmeriCorps VISTA positions at six NC Afterschool Corps placement sites. The three-year NC Afterschool Corps project will begin in July 2017 to build the capacity of afterschool programs that serve low-income children and strengthen partnerships between community-based organizations and local colleges and universities. Corps members will work to increase volunteer involvement and cash or … Continue Reading
  • Our 2016-2017 Year in Review, plus a preview of what’s up next

    Now that the academic year is over, it’s time to share our year in review! Some highlights: Throughout 2016, the Compact catalyzed non-partisan election engagement efforts across the network, working with the national CEEP project to support student fellows, make mini-grants, and host the NC College Voter Summit. At the 2017 NC Presidents Forum, hosted by Chancellor Harold Martin and NC … Continue Reading
  • Engaged Faculty Scholars lead service-learning institute at DCCC

    On April 21, NC Campus Compact’s Engaged Faculty Scholars led a service-learning institute for 14 faculty members of Davidson County Community College. As part of their fellowship, Dr. Maggie Commins (Queens University of Charlotte) and Dr. Cara Kozma (High Point University) have been working with Davidson County CC for months, consulting with administrators on strategies for supporting service-learning at the … Continue Reading

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