Unintended Consequences of Applying to and NOT getting Carnegie’s Classification for Community Engagement in Higher Education
November 30 @ 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm
With the daunting prospect of applying for the Carnegie Classification for Community Engagement in Higher Education, many of our partner campuses are overwhelmed with the process. Whether you or not you have already decided to apply (or not), or are still weighing your decision, join us for a panel discussion with institutions from around the country who applied to Carnegie’s Classification for Community Engagement in Higher Education but did not receive the designation.
You will learn:
- how the process of completing the application was still beneficial for the institution
- how or if the institution received feedback on their application in order to be set up for success in the 2020 round
- and other unintended or unforeseen outcomes of being rejected from this designation (good or bad).
Anyone at an institution who is deciding whether or not to apply for the 2020 Classification is welcome to join the webinar.
Participants will walk away with:
- insight into how the application process may be a worthy endeavor regardless of receiving the designation
- connections with peers who have experience in completing the application (successful or not)
- illustrations of how to use the rejection as a momentum building opportunity for further prioritizing and/or institutionalizing civic or community engagement in higher education
Registration fee: $25.00
Registration will open: October 13, 2017