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Future of Campus Engagement Resources

These provocative essays from more than 40 presidents, faculty, CAOs, community service staff, students, community partners, and funders provide a challenging analysis of key issues and questions related to the three themes of Campus Compact’s Visioning Summit, part of the organization’s 20th anniversary celebration. The three themes, whose essays are categorized under below are: 1) embedding civic and community engagement into higher education at all levels; 2) bridging the opportunity gap by improving educational access and success; and 3) educating students for global citizenship.

To view the framing essay, which provides an overview of the work, see the first item below.

How to cite from this collection: [Essay author]. (2006.) “[Essay title.]” In B. Holland & J. Meeropol (Eds.), A More Perfect Vision: The Future of Campus Engagement. Boston, MA: Campus Compact.

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My own service-learning experience helped me to change my undergraduate major to social work. As a student worker with the program, I gained so many skills that helped me to be successful as a social worker and change agent after graduation. Now I help student workers develop these same skills and find the same passion for creating positive change that I have felt."

-Kim Jensen, Assistant Service-Learning Administrator, Marquette University