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Campus Compact President’s Essay Pub...

“What Does Doing Good Mean?” is the central topic of Campus Compact President Andrew Seligsohn’s work featured in the newest release from Bringing Theory…

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My Time as an AmeriCorps*VISTA with Ca...

Those of us serving as AmeriCorps*VISTAs do not really know what we are getting ourselves into when committing to a year of service. I…

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CAMPUS COMPACT PRESIDENTIAL ESSAY IN J...

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….

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Civic Action Planning Resources

The Action Statement emerged out of conversations with leaders from across Campus Compact’s network who came together to make a commitment to deepen higher…

Reflections from the Road

This past weekend, I rode 150 miles on my bicycle. Along with 2000 other people, I rolled out on Saturday from Quincy, MA, along…

Public Purpose: The Blog of Campus Compact President Andrew Seligsohn

Reflections on Orlando and Our Work

To the members of the Campus Compact network: The murderous attack on members of the LGBTQ community earlier this week in Orlando was so…

Public Purpose: The Blog of Campus Compact President Andrew Seligsohn

A Tribute to Earl H. Potter III

In an already heartbreaking week, the news of St. Cloud State University President Earl H. Potter’s death in a car accident is devastating. A…

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Reflections on Campus Compact’s DNA

Recently I was a guest at Campus Compact’s Summit of Presidents and Chancellors to introduce Carrie Hessler-Radelet, Director of the Peace Corps. I appreciated…

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