Featured events!

Check out these upcoming events brought to you by Campus Compact and our partners. Explore the calendar on the left for more local, regional, state, and national events and webinars.

Compact Regional Conferences

March 17, Western Campus Compact: Continuums of Service

May 25, Midwest Campus Compact

Compact21 is the Western and Midwestern Campus Compact’s 2021 conference series, held virtually on March 17th and May 25th respectively. This series will comprise two 4-hour virtual conferences focused on Resilience and Responsibility for Racial and Environmental Justice, two components of the systemic injustice that result in the unkept promise of full and equitable participation in education, employment, health care and environmental quality.

Conference participants, students, community partners, national service members, veterans, faculty, staff, and administrators will explore how to partner in renewing the promise of full participation in higher education, a flourishing democracy, and productive, meaningful and gainful careers. In keeping these promises we will support the development of student, community and campus resilience by achieving and defining a civic consensus on our collective boundary-spanning responsibilities for racial and environmental justice.

Members Only Opportunities

Engaged practitioners and scholars from the IKONIC Collaboration (Indiana, Kentucky, Ohio, and North Carolina Campus Compacts) are invited to join the Congress of Leaders for monthly community of practice calls beginning in July 2021, continuing through April 2022. These peer-facilitated communities are free for IKONIC partners. Each community will have a unique topic to delve deeply into. Registration opens May 19, ends June 18.

2021: From Equity Walk to Equity Talk: Expanding Practitioner Knowledge for Racial Justice in Higher Education by Tia Brown McNair, Estela Mara Bensimon, and Lindsey Malcom-Piqueux. Once a month on a Tuesday through July 20, 2021. The final discussion will take place with lead author Dr. McNair on August 5.