Member Benefits and Services

Colleges and universities that are part of the North Carolina Campus Compact network may take advantage of many benefits and services. All these resources and programs are for members only. Any faculty or staff member, student, and administrator from a member institution may participate.  The PACE and CSNAP conferences are open to non-members at a non-member rate. The NC College Voter Summit is free and open to anyone.

2021-22 Programs and Initiatives

 Deepening Community Partnerships

Promoting the Practice and Scholarship of Civic & Community Engagement 

Strengthening Democracy

 Recognition

Consultation Services

  • Engaged Campus assessment workshop
  • Service-Learning 101
  • Engaged Faculty Scholars Partner Campus designation (one-year)

Learn more about Consultation Services.

  Resources & Funding

  • Grants (we regularly offer mini-grants to support campus engagement efforts. Since 2003, we have provided over $250,000 in funds to our members.)
  • AmeriCorps
    • VISTA – Since 2003, members have received $10 million in capacity building support from our 250 AmeriCorps VISTA volunteers
  • E-Newsletters:
    • The Liaison Update (monthly, for member institution liaisons only)
    • Engagement Matters (bimonthly, for all who sign-up)\

When you join NC Campus Compact you have access to these member only resources of the national Campus Compact office:

If you have any questions, contact Leslie Garvin, Executive Director.