Membership in Indiana Campus Compact provides faculty, staff, students, and administrators - anyone on your campus who works with service learning, civic and community engagement, and community service - with resources, funding, and training to enhance your campus-community connection.
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Accredited institutions of higher education in Indiana are eligible to become members of Indiana Campus Compact.
- Conversations between Indiana Campus Compact staff members and representatives of the institution.
- A meeting between the Executive Director of Indiana Campus Compact and the President/Chancellor of the institution to discuss membership details.
- The President/Chancellor of the institution submits a letter of application for membership to the Indiana Campus Compact Board of Directors.
- The Indiana Campus Compact Board of Directors considers and votes on the application for membership.
Once an institution is accepted for membership, the campus becomes a member of both Indiana Campus Compact and National Campus Compact.