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Membership

“Membership in Campus Compact shows a commitment to making community and public service part of campus life.”

-Colleges with a Conscience: 81 Great Schools with Outstanding Community Involvement (The Princeton Review, 2005, p. vii)


Campus Compact is a rapidly growing organization with a membership of more than 1,100 colleges and universities, representing more than a quarter of all higher education institutions. Membership has grown by an average of 70 campuses per year over the past five years, a trend that reflects both an increased commitment to the civic purposes of higher education and greater awareness of the value of our work.

Our membership profile reflects the full range of diversity among colleges and universities, including public and private, two-year and four-year, rural and urban, and those classifying themselves as faith-based, women’s, tribal, Hispanic-serving, and historically black colleges and universities, among others.

How to Join – Information on how to become a member of Campus Compact.

Members by State, Territory, and Country – Use this link to browse our membership.

10 Reasons to Join Campus Compact – From cutting edge resources to national and local support, all the reasons you need to become a Campus Compact member.

What people are saying about Campus Compact.

Membership Benefits by Constituency – Membership benefits organized by Presidents, CSDs, Faculty and CAOs, Students, and Community Colleges.

See also State Affiliates

 

Paul DeGregorio, commissioner of the U.S. Election Assistance Commission, joins students from Northampton Community College in Pennsylvania during the college’s poll worker recruitment campaign.

Campus Compact has helped foster a network of people involved in the public interest at institutions of higher ed, which has been a great resource."

-Harvard University