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The 2014 Annual Membership Survey is Now Open

Campus Compact invites member institutions to complete the annual survey for 2013-2014. This survey marks nearly 30 years of collecting data regarding campus-community engagement.Campus Compact invites member institutions to complete the annual survey for 2013-2014. This survey marks nearly 30 years of collecting data regarding campus-community engagement.

For more information about the survey and how to complete it, please click here.

Previous Survey Information

Click here for information on the 2012 Annual Membership Survey

Campus Compact has conducted an annual membership survey since 1986. Its purpose is to assess the current state of campus-based community engagement and to identify emerging trends.

We have seen a strong trend toward increased engagement among our member institutions, as measured by service opportunities, participation in service-learning, community partnerships, and resources and infrastructures to support service work.

Year Highlights Full Reports
2012   Annual Survey Executive Summary
2011   Annual Survey Executive Summary
2010   Annual Survey Executive Summary
2009   Annual Survey Executive Summary
2008 2008 Highlights  
2007 2007 Highlights Adobe Acrobat Document  
2006 2006 Highlights Adobe Acrobat Document 2006 StatisticsAdobe Acrobat Document
2005 2005 Highlights Adobe Acrobat Document 2005 StatisticsAdobe Acrobat Document
2004 2004 Highlights Adobe Acrobat Document 2004 Statistics Adobe Acrobat Document
2003 2003 Highlights Adobe Acrobat Document 2003 Statistics Adobe Acrobat Document
2002 2002 Highlights Adobe Acrobat Document 2002 Statistics Adobe Acrobat Document

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I learned to expect more from higher education. Higher education institutions need to prepare young people to become active citizens, not just successful professionals."

-Summer Stowe-Johnson, Oklahoma State University, Campus Compact student leader