North Carolina Campus Compact builds the capacity of colleges and universities to produce civically-engaged graduates and strengthen communities.
  • Network gatherings to engage 400 faculty, staff, community partners and college presidents

    On February 9 and 10 at High Point University, North Carolina Campus Compact will host three events: the Civic Engagement Institute, the PACE Conference, and the NC Presidents Forum. Over the two days, more than 400 faculty, staff, community partners, and college and university presidents will attend. Participants will discuss research, best practices, and institutional strategies to promote civic and … Continue Reading
  • Election Engagement Fellowships

    Meredithvotes14cropNorth Carolina Campus Compact, in partnership with the national, non-partisan Campus Election Engagement Project (CEEP), is sponsoring 2016 Election Engagement Fellows at select schools in our network. Through non-partisan voter engagement activities and collaboration with campus and community partners, Fellows will accomplish two goals: Register, educate, and turnout student voters in 2016 Assist the campus in creating or enhancing institutional supports for future student election engagement Support for … Continue Reading
  • 2015 Year in Review

    PACE 2015 016_webAs 2015 draws to a close, NC Campus Compact looks back at 10 significant events and accomplishments that stand out in our work this year supporting engaged NC campuses. On January 1, after serving for nearly 10 years as associate director of NC Campus Compact, Leslie Garvin became the third executive director to lead the network since it’s founding in 2002. … Continue Reading
  • Seven NC member schools receive MLK Day of Service grants

    mlk2005_nolineIowa Campus Compact has announced the recipients of nearly $85,000 in grant funding to support activities in honor of MLK Day of Service on January 18, 2016. Sixty-two Campus Compact member colleges and universities in 25 states will receive funds to support community-based projects fighting hunger and serving veterans. MLK Day of Service and the grant program are supported by the Corporation for National … Continue Reading
  • VISTAs help raise awareness of hunger, homelessness

    UNCG- Backpack BeginningsFood and shelter are two of the basic necessities every person needs to build a stable life. Unfortunately for millions of Americans, these two basic needs are not met. Held annually the week before Thanksgiving, National Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week (HHAW) gives communities the opportunity to reflect and take action on these issues. At NC Campus Compact, our VISTA members … Continue Reading
  • Latest edition of Partnerships explores new notions of public participation in community engagement

    Partnerships Logo_P onlyHow is the focus and practice of higher education community engagement changing as scholars and community members work to “more intentionally embody structures of inclusion, participation, and deliberation?” The new special issue of our online, peer-reviewed journal Partnerships explores this question. In their introduction to the issue guest editors Brandon Kliewer (Kansas State University) and Judith Ramaley (Senior Scholar, AAC&U) … Continue Reading

The Engaged Leaders  video series
Dr. Nido Qubein, President, High Point University and
NC Campus Compact Executive Board Chair