North Carolina Campus Compact builds the capacity of colleges and universities to produce civically-engaged graduates and strengthen communities.
 
  • 2017 Engagement Awards honor leaders with combined 90 years of experience in higher education

    (L-R): HPU President Nido Qubein, Duke's Dr. David Malone, Durham Tech President William Ingram, Elon's Dr. Smith Jackson, Compact ED Leslie GarvinOn February 8 at NC A&T State University, North Carolina Campus Compact convened 35 college and university presidents and chancellors and some 30 other campus officials for its annual Presidents Forum. The event was a chance for these leaders to explore issues related to higher education’s public purposes, but it was also an opportunity to honor three outstanding individuals with … Continue Reading
  • HPU President Qubein Announces Challenge Gift to Create NC Campus Compact Endowment

    nido-qubeinLast week before a group of fellow college and university presidents and chancellors, High Point University President Nido R. Qubein announced High Point University will make a challenge gift of $200,000 to support the work of North Carolina Campus Compact. The gift will go toward creating an endowment to help ensure the long-term sustainability of the network. “Campus Compact is … Continue Reading
  • NC campuses honor MLK through service

    Pfeiffer University students worked on MLK Day to expand the campus "hunger relief" garden.Through MLK Day of Service grants and its AmeriCorps VISTA program, NC Campus Compact supported the efforts of several member campuses that sought to honor Dr. King’s legacy by fighting poverty and building the beloved community through service. Three NC universities – NC Central University, Pfeiffer University, and UNC Greensboro – put federal grant funding to work in honor of MLK … Continue Reading
  • Two students receive support to serve during alternative spring break

    campus_compact-croppedTwo students were recently named recipients of a Marshall Alternative Service Experience Scholarship: Yaqueline Yañez of William Peace University and DaQuane Cherry of Central Piedmont Community College. Each student received a $250 award to help fund their participation in an upcoming alternative break service trip. Both Yañez and Cherry were recognized at the CSNAP Student Conference, held last month at UNC Asheville. … Continue Reading
  • 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

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