Saturday, April 18, 2015

welcome to Indiana Campus Compact

For over 20 years, Indiana Campus Compact (ICC) has helped member institutions mobilize students state-wide to communities in need. In 2014, ICC supported over 13,000 individuals through grant programs, professional development opportunities, resources, and networking. Indiana Campus Compact was formed in 1993 as a formal compact between Indiana college and university presidents to commit themselves to their communities through service. ICC is the only organization in the state that works with public, independent, and two-year institutions of higher education.


Student Civic Leadership Conference

Jesse Kharbanda icontactJoin us for the 2nd Annual 2013 Indiana Civic Leadership Conference on Friday, November 15, 2013 at the Indiana Government Conference Center – South 200 West Washington Street Indianapolis, IN 46204.

Read press release.

During this conference, students will have the opportunity to engage in discussions with state leaders in education and government that focus on the issues affecting higher education in Indiana. Additionally, they will have the opportunity to come together around a shared commitment to action to create a strengthened network of informed civic leaders in Indiana higher education.

Student participants will be accepted through a Presidential nomination process.The president or chancellor on each ICC member campus has received information about the conference and the selection process, but consider connecting with your president or chancellor if you have a student in mind. Nominations are due November 1, 2013. For questions, please contact Maggie Stevens at (317) 274-6500 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Indiana Campus Compact or Independent Colleges of Indiana Member - $75.00
Non-Member - $150.00

T Lubbers icontactWhat participants had to say about the 2012 Civic Leadership Conference:

- I learned so much from Commissioner Lubber's presentation. She motivated me to become more aware of what our state government leaders in the state house are doing when it comes to education in Indiana.

- It was so valuable to learn from senators and legislators who know how we can get our ideas put into action and have them teach us how to do it.

- Meeting and talking with other student leaders from across the state was a highlight of the conference.

-The collaboration between a diverse group of people all sharing ideas for a common purpose has reinforced my commitment to stay engaged.

- I appreciated being able to communicate concerns of college students to other campus leaders and members of the statehouse in a true dialogue.

INCampusCompact @LifeAtPurdue Day of Giving - check out this fantastic webpage - easy to use and very engaging!
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INCampusCompact @IUKokomo sociology students exhibition shines light on human trafficking
INCampusCompact Great write up about one of our members! Passion and gifts: Rachel Ogorek
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Indiana Campus Compact is grateful to Lilly Endowment Inc. for significant funding in support of programs, training,and resources for our member campuses that allow them to deepen their commitment to community engagement and service-learning.