National Engagement News
February 3rd
If we imagine all the ways our campuses can engage with the larger community, we can think of a pretty large umbrella. It may include service-learning, community-based research, problem-based learning, civic work and others. Recently, social entrepreneurs…
January 22nd
Through Campus Compact’s partnership with the Journal of Higher Education Outreach and Engagement, we are able to highlight the voice of our member presidents.Journal of Higher Education Outreach and Engagement has recently published volume 19(4), D…

Welcome to Kentucky Campus Compact!

Kentucky Campus Compact (KyCC) envisions a Commonwealth where the state’s needs are a shared concern for students and faculty at colleges and universities. Imagine a hungry child, an unemployed or undereducated parent, a community, whether urban or rural, undermined by poverty, or a stream damaged by misuse. Each of these is a call to learning and service, as we seek to bring knowledge and know-how to community problems. KyCC is committed to being the network that encourages our institutions of higher learning to collaborate on these challenges and to work toward a single objective: a healthier, more prosperous Kentucky.

Kentucky Wesleyan College Joins KyCC

Kentucky Campus Compact welcomes its newest member, Kentucky Wesleyan College. Under the leadership of President Barton D. Darrell, KWC has launched an initiative to increase the service learning and civic engagement on campus. Dr. Christine Salmon, Director of the Center for Engaged Teaching and Learning will be the point person for the project and will serve on the KyCC Advisory Board. Welcome KWC!!

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