This article explores the integration of service-learning and peer advocacy in two developmental writing classes at Edmonds Community College. The article is the work of two Edmonds instructors, both part-time faculty, who have designed curriculum and implemented strategies to increase student success and retention based on Connect2Complete (C2C), a Campus Compact model piloted at Edmonds and eight other community colleges between 2012 and 2014. C2C aims to serve vulnerable students through the combined use of course-based peer-to-peer advocacy and peer-assisted service-learning. As students support each other and engage their communities, they develop academically, personally, and as citizens—growth that in turn will help them persist in higher education. The authors’ C2C projects provide a platform on which students can base their writing, while making connections with one other and their campus. The Campus as Community and Audience: A Connect2Complete Pedagogy for Developmental Writing at a Community College is a report of the lessons from C2C in Edmonds Community College.