Campus Compact has been a leader in the service-learning movement since its inception. Service-learning incorporates community work into the curriculum, giving students real-world learning experiences that enhance their academic learning while providing a tangible benefit for the community. Campus Compact’s research, online tools, and other initiatives help campuses create effective service-learning programs that meet academic and service goals.
- Advanced Service-Learning Toolkit
“Strategies for Creating an Engaged Campus” — A toolkit for academic leaders who wish to deepen the civic education of their students and to increase the engagement of their institutions
- Indicators of Engagement
This multiyear research project, designed to help campuses deepen their civic and community engagement work, has identified models and successful practices among two-year colleges, minority-serving institutions, and comprehensive universities.
- Integrating Service with Academic StudyA multi-year Campus Compact project to develop service that is integrally connected to course content in a wide variety of disciplines.
- Reflection Resource
Guidance for educators on using structured reflection to enhance the learning from service experiences.
- Program Models
Our searchable database of hundreds of program models from campuses across the spectrum of higher education, indexed by type of program.
- Service-Learning Syllabi Archive
Our searchable database of hundreds of service-learning syllabi, spanning dozens of disciplines.
In addition to the above, Campus Compact provides has numerous other Service-Learning Resources in many other areas.