National Campus Compact Conference

Every other year, Campus Compact holds an annual meeting at locations that rotate around the country. 2020 National Campus Compact Conference March 29-April 1, 2020 Seattle, WA Find out more on the national website!

Midwest Campus Compact Conference

The Midwest Campus Compact Conference is an annual collaboration between several state and regional compacts within the Midwest. The event is designed to provide professional development for those working at higher education community engagement, civic engagement, and service-learning efforts across the Midwest. It also provides a regional networking opportunity for colleagues in the field. The location rotates each year among the host states. 2019 Midwest Campus Compact Conference May 30-31, 2019 University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN Visit the Midwest Campus Compact website to learn more!

Regional Network Gatherings

CCWI regional network gatherings offer an opportunity to network and dialogue on high impact practices in community engagement. These meetings take place in four regions across Wisconsin each Fall. Gatherings are free to students, faculty, staff, and community partners from all member campuses. Each regional gathering is hosted by a CCWI member campus in the area. Each gathering will include the opportunity for members of the region to highlight community engagement projects and practices taking place on their campus. 2019 Regional Gatherings To Be Announced in late summer/early fall 2019! If you are interested in hosting a regional gathering, please reach out…

Community and Civic Engagement Institute

The Annual Campus Compact for Wisconsin Civic and Community Engagement Institute (CCEI) is a time for community and civic engagement professionals, faculty, and administrators to get together, reflect on their work, learn about cutting-edge practices and news ways to conduct their work, and discuss important topics related to strengthening the civic infrastructure on college campuses. The landscape of higher education funding and the economic impact of colleges on communities in the state of Wisconsin are changing, and campus leaders gather at the Institute to consider ways that colleges and universities may improve the quality of community life through civic engagement,…