NC Campus Compact
This annual conference brings students from across the state to network, dialogue and develop skills that help them be more effective civic engagement participants and leaders. Topics include volunteerism, leadership, service-learning, advocacy and activism. During the day, the Community Impact Award is presented to students selected by each member campus, and the Barnhill Civic Trailblazer Award is presented to one outstanding senior student in the state.
The event is hosted each year in early November by a different campus in the network. The schedule includes a Friday evening gathering and a full day on Saturday.
Who should attend CSNAP?
Student leaders, especially of groups and organizations working towards community change. Each member campus should also plan to send its Community Impact Award winner. Space is limited and a registration fee is required.
CSNAP 2015, November 6-7
For a list of previous student conferences, including materials and highlights, see
Brief history of the NC Campus Compact Student Conference:
1993 - Elon University hosts first student conference in North Carolina for civically-engaged students