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ServeOhio Make A Difference Day Grants

On October 27th, volunteers from across the country will unite for Make A Difference Day, one of the largest annual single-days of service nationwide. Since 1992,…

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The Elective Carnegie Classification: ...

New publication from Campus Compact! Edited by Matthew Johnson & John Saltmarsh About the publication: The Carnegie Engagement Classification is designed to be a form…

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2018 David Hoch Memorial Award for Ser...

The David Hoch Memorial Award for Excellence in Service was designed to recognize and honor the outstanding work in service-learning and/or civic engagement done by a faculty…

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2018 Charles J. Ping Student Service A...

2018 Charles J. Ping Student Service Award Winners The Charles J. Ping Student Service Award, sponsored by Ohio Campus Compact (OCC), was designed to…

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Announcing the 2018 Newman Civic Fello...

Campus Compact is pleased to announce the 268 students who will make up the 2018 cohort of Newman Civic Fellows. The Newman Civic Fellowship…

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March Member Feature: Kent State Unive...

Two Peer Advocates at KSU Stark, Caya Smarr (Left) and Demi Edwards (right) promote Connect2Complete at a Student Resource Fair. Hi! I’m Rylie Woods, the…

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January Member Feature: Columbus State...

Connect2Complete student at Columbus State Community College Delaware campus assists with a suicide prevention video for Helpline Columbus State Community College’s Delaware campus is very…

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Free Speech & Inclusion on Campus:...

How do we protect free expression, inclusion, and the open exchange of ideas at our colleges and universities?  Everyday Americans are deeply divided along…

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