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Chemeketa Salem Campus

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Our eventsprogramsopportunities, and resources are designed to support senior leaders, faculty, staff, and students as they build the knowledge, skills, and capacity needed for effective community and civic engagement.

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Campus Compact has been indispensable to the democratic, civic, and community engagement movement that has developed across higher education.
- Ira Harkavy, University of Pennsylvania
Campus Compact's focus on building democracy through community development and civic engagement dovetails beautifully with the community college mission.
- Jessica Howard, Chemeketa Community College, OR
Being part of Campus Compact gives us access to critical conversations and best practices, as well as opportunities to connect with a national network.
- Neeraja Aravamudan, University of Michigan
Campus Compact offers the broadest and deepest national network for colleges and universities seeking to live their civic and community engagement missions.
- Bobby Hackett, The Corella & Bertram F. Bonner Foundation

How to join

Learn more about membership dues and how you can join our coalition.

State & Regional Affiliates

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In certain states, colleges and universities join Campus Compact through one of our state or regional affiliate offices. Learn more about our affiliates and what they offer to members in their area.

Our members

Campus Compact’s member institutions reflect the full range of diversity among colleges and universities, including public and private, two-year and four-year, rural and urban, faith-based, women’s, tribal, Hispanic serving, and historically Black colleges and universities.

Aaniiih Nakoda College
Montana
Adams State University
Colorado
Adler University
Illinois
Agnes Scott College
Georgia
Alamance Community College
North Carolina
Albion College
Michigan
Albright College
Pennsylvania

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Please complete the form below to express interest in or ask questions about joining our coalition. Our staff will be in touch with you shortly with all the details you need. Depending on your location, you may join the Compact through a state or regional affiliate. To join, we ask that your institution’s president or chancellor provides a letter of interest in membership, contact information for key staff at your institution, and a dues payment.