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Indicators of Engagement

A Strategy for Deepening Civic and Community Engagement in Higher Education

Funded by a grant from the Carnegie Corporation of New York, Campus Compact’s Indicators of Engagement initiative has documented and disseminated successful practices of the engaged campus at different institutional types.

 
The Indicators of Engagement at Community Colleges
The Indicators of Engagement at Minority-Serving Institutions

Campus Compact’s Indicators of Engagement Project is funded by a three-year grant from the Carnegie Corporation of New York. The statements made and views expressed here are solely the responsibility of the author.

As always, we are such fans of Campus Compact (both national and state chapters). Without your assistance, we could not have achieved many of the milestones we have enjoyed over the past two years. Among many other developments, these milestones include hiring a full-time Service-Learning Coordinator; forming a University-wide advisory committee that includes representatives from each school and from the community; and creating a course development series for faculty and their community partners."

-Duquesne University