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. These resources and programs are open to all faculty, staff, students, and administrators from member institutions.

Programs and Initiatives

Professional Development, Training & Networking

Recognition

Consultation Services

  • The Engaged Faculty Institute (EFI) provides an opportunity for beginning practitioners to participate in a training around service learning, an experiential, student-centered pedagogy that enhances classroom learning while addressing community needs. Participants learn the best practices for integrating service learning into their own curricula.  Contact lgarvin {at} elon(.)edu">Leslie Garvin if you would like to host an EFI. 
  • Each cohort of Engaged Faculty Scholars is paired with a member institution seeking to develop or deepen faculty engagement.  Each summer an institution may apply to serve a one-year term as a partner institutions.  The Scholar will assist the institution in creating a faculty development plan.
  • NC Campus Compact staff are available for a half-day assessment workshop designed to review current community engagement efforts and create a 2 to 5 year plan/strategy for further institutionalization.

General Resources

When you join NC Campus Compact you also become a member of and have access to all the resources of national Campus Compact including the following:

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