Faculty Resources

Reflection Resources (we have compiled a collection of resources)

Faculty can use national Campus Compact’s resources to enhance their work:



An online training resource from:

  • Dr. Matt Roy, Assistant Provost & Director of the Leduc Center for Civic Engagement, UMASS Dartmouth
  • Dr. Dwight Giles, Professor, College of Education and Human Development and Senior Associate with the New England Resource Center for Higher Education


Module 1: Research

Module 2: Direction & Objectives

Module 3: Community Partners

Module 4: Reflective Learning Activities

Module 5: Monitor & Evaluate

Module 6: Rejoice, Review & Revise

State Compact Searchable Databases:

Other key resources for faculty and staff:

AAC&U’s Civic Learning and Democratic Engagement initiative 
AAC & U's Civic Monograph Series: Civic Provocations
Center for Information and Research on Civic Learning and Engagement
Community-Campus Partnerships for Health
Community College National Center for Community Engagement
Core Competencies in Civic Engagement: A Working Paper in the Center for
      Engaged Democracy’s Policy Papers Series

Higher Education Network for Community Engagement
Faculty Fellows (service-learning and community engagement) models
International Association for Research on Service-learning and Community Engagement (IARSLCE) 
National Service-Learning Clearinghouse 
National Society for Experiential Education
President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll
President’s Interfaith and Community Service Campus Challenge
TRUCEN (The Research University Civic Engagement Network)

Click here for a list of journals related to civic engagement in higher education.