New York Campus Compact is an association of college and university presidents and their campuses committed to promoting active citizenship as an aim of higher education. We encourage member institutions and prospective members to utilize the resources available on this site for college and university presidents, community service and service learning coordinators, faculty and students.
Nominate a Newman Civic Fellow
The Newman Civic Fellows Award honors inspiring college student leaders who have demonstrated an investment in finding solutions for challenges facing communities throughout the country. Through service, research, and advocacy, Newman Civic Fellows are making the most of their college experiences to better understand themselves, the root causes of social issues, and effective mechanisms for creating lasting change. These students represent the next generation of public problem solvers and civic leaders. They serve as national examples of the role that higher education can—and does—play in building a better world. The Newman Civic Fellows Awards are made possible through the generous support of the KPMG Foundation and Newman’s Own Foundation.
Learn more here
Join NYCC's Engagement Corps
Are you a community/civic engagement expert? Are you willing to share your expertise with other campuses in New York State? Then we need to hear from you!
New York Campus Compact is developing a searchable database of Community and Civic Engagement experts from across the State. We are doing this in order to serve higher education better and move New York to the forefront of national community and civic engagement in higher education movement.
If you have developed expertise in one of the many sub-areas of CCE and you are willing to share that expertise with colleagues across the state, then apply today to join the NYCC Engagement Corps.
Submit a Proposal to Host a Roundtable or Symposium!
What is the difference between a roundtable and a symposium?
The primary difference between a roundtable event and a symposium is the level of structure. Roundtables are less formal and provide a venue where every participant is expected to contribute to the discussion.
Symposia involve one or more formal presentations (in the form of research papers, essay, or white papers) followed by active participation on the part of the audience. Symposia are often organized to explicitly include opposing perspectives.
Apply to host a roundtable here
Apply to host a symposium here