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.
Registration Open for PACE
Now in its 26th year, the PACE Conference, is for faculty, staff, researchers, community partners, and graduate students who want to gain skills, knowledge and best practice models for a spectrum of community and civic engagement pedagogies and practices. We are excited to be back in person after two virtual convenings.
Explore Civil Dialogue
December 5, 2022 | 1 – 3:00 p.m.
Join a training as part of the Virtual Dialogue Series. Civil dialogue, created by the Institute for Civil Dialogue at Arizona State University, features spontaneous face-to-face interaction among participants in an atmosphere that promotes respect and equanimity. Free to NCCE members.
On September 9, reps from 26 colleges & universities convened to explore mobilizing students for the fall midterms. It was an engaging and inspiring day of learning & sharing.
On July 1, the 8th cohort of NCCE Engaged Faculty Scholars began their term of service. Allison Walker of High Point University and Susana Cisneros of UNC Charlotte, are the 2022-23 Scholars.
On June 29, 2022, North Carolina Campus Engagement launched. Over 70 individuals attended two launch parties at High Point University and NC State University. It was a day of celebration and reflection as we honored the past and stepped into a bold new future.