Contribute Your Voice to Compact Student Engagement

Faculty, staff, and students are invited to collaborate this summer with Campus Compact's Student Design Fellows to envision a future of accessible and equitable student engagement.

Faculty, staff, and students are invited to collaborate with Student Design Fellows to envision a future of accessible and equitable student engagement. By getting involved, you will contribute to the development and implementation of student-focused initiatives that center civic leadership and inclusive engagement, support activism, and foster networking.

Here's how you can play a pivotal role:

For Faculty, Staff, and Students:
Consider becoming a Student Design Ambassador. In this role, you'll help amplify student voices by facilitating survey distribution and organizing focus groups. It's a rewarding opportunity to make a meaningful impact on campus.

For Students:
Help shape the future of student engagement by completing our brief survey to share your experiences, preferences, and vision for student leadership with Campus Compact. As a bonus, you could win up to $30 in gift cards! 

For any inquiries about the Fellowship, survey results, or our vision for the future, please reach out to us at Your participation is key to shaping a more equitable and accessible future for student engagement!

The Student Design Fellows Program centers around key focus areas crucial for advancing student civic leadership. These include:

  • Broadening Civic Leadership Practices: Exploring approaches to expand the scale and reach of best practices in student civic leadership development.
  • Inclusive Engagement: Elevating civic engagement opportunities for community colleges and minority-serving institutions to ensure inclusivity and diversity.
  • Supporting Student Activists: Addressing burnout among student activists by providing resources and creating sustainable databases for civic, student-led initiatives.
  • Student Connection Opportunities: Developing avenues for students to connect and convene, fostering a collaborative environment for shared initiatives.
  • Professional Certification: Expanding certification opportunities for students, empowering them with the skills necessary for effective civic leadership.

Pathways for Public Service: Exploring strategies to integrate Pathways for Public Service nationwide, creating comprehensive routes for students to engage in public service.

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Thank you, Lumina Foundation!

Made possible through the generous support from the Lumina Foundation, the Student Design Fellowship is a new initiative that empowers students to envision the future of Campus Compact's civic engagement strategies. The program is grounded in design thinking principles and addresses critical objectives such as fostering resource equality, prioritizing mental well-being, and ensuring inclusive representation for diverse student populations.