Resources for community service and service-learning staff. Campus Compact is dedicated to helping these professionals fund, build, and manage effective community service and service-learning programs.
Resources for Faculty. Our work with faculty and chief academic officers focuses on linking community-based work with course content across disciplines. Campus Compact was an early leader in this movement, launching the Integrating Service with Academic Study (ISAS) project in 1989.
Resources for Students. Campus Compact works to develop students not only as active citizens but also as leaders in guiding their own civic and academic learning. Our initiatives both guide and recognize students’ efforts to make college a place to connect with the community.
Resources for Presidents. Campus Compact was originally founded by college presidents and presidents continue to serve as leaders and drivers of the Compact’s work and mission.
Ohio Campus Compact 2010 Program Year Report
“How to Get a Job in the Nonprofit Sector: A Guide for College Students”
published by Ohio Campus Compact and Ohio Association of Nonprofit Organizations
2006, 10 pages
“Informing Communities: Sustaining Democracy in the Digital Age”
published by the Aspen Institute and the Knight Commission on the Information Needs of Communities in a Democracy
2009, 118 pages
“McMaster School for Advancing Humanity Journal”
published by Defiance College
Volume 4, Spring 2009. 207 pages
“Service-Learning Course Design for Community Colleges”
by Marina Bartian, Donna Killian Duffy, Robert Franco, Amy Hendricks and Tanya Renner
2007, 109 pages
“Serving to Learn: A Faculty Guide to Service Learning”
published by Ohio Campus Compact
2002 (2nd edition), 54 pages
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