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North Carolina Campus Engagement is a collaborative network of colleges and universities committed to:
- Educating students for civic and social responsibility
- Partnering with communities for positive change
- Strengthening democracy
The NC Campus Engagement state office fosters connections between campuses, shares best practice information and resources, recognizes outstanding work, and champions civic and community engagement in higher education.
Join the NCCE Team!
Help us prepare students for civic & social responsibility, support colleges & universities who are partnering with communities to solve public problems, and strengthen democracy. Scan the QR code or visit the link: Program Assistant ♦ Program Coordinator.
Community Engagement Administrators Conference (CEAC)
June 15 at Elon University
Staff, administrators, and faculty who lead and organize community and civic engagement are invited to gather for critical conversations and workshops. Registration closes May 26.
Civic & Community Engagement Benefits Topical Briefs
Download the new topical briefs COPIL has developed as part of the Contributions of Civic and Community Engagement in Higher Education Series. Topics include: Civic Learning, Empathy, Faculty Flourishing, Student Success, and Sustainability and Sense of Place.
Summer Network Meetings
August 1 (Western) Mars Hill University
August 3 (Eastern) Greensboro College
Community engagement professionals on NCCE member campuses are invited to attend. The 2023-24 profesional learning topic is “Administering and Evaluating Community Engagement Programs.”
VISTA Spotlight Series: Steven Talbott & Duke University/Duke Office of Durham & Community Affairs
This month’s spotlight is on Steven Talbott. Steven is our NC Afterschool Corps VISTA serving at Duke University.
VISTA Spotlight Series: Taylor Sligh & NC State University/Feed the Pack
This month’s spotlight is on Taylor Sligh. Taylor is our NC Hunger Corps VISTA serving at NC State University (NCSU).
Students Compete to Redesign Democracy
Student teams, from three campuses, spent seven hours on a Saturday exploring how to ensure more trustworthy elections.