Indiana Campus Compact Grants

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Indiana Campus Compact offers a wide variety of funding opportunities to our partner campuses, including grants to support student service projects and plunges, curricular and co-curricular program development grants for faculty and staff, and funding to offset the costs of a campus-community dialogue and culturally relevant trainings. Download a print-ready funding opportunities sheet to share on your campus, and see the tabs below for more information.

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Indiana Campus Compact is committed to supporting the efforts of our partner institutions to respond to the needs of your communities—your students, your faculty and staff, and your community partners—during this unprecedented time. To this end, we have added two additional funding options within our popular High-Impact Community Engagement Practices grant and Strengthening Communities grant.

Next round of grants due November 9, 2020 – Any MLK Day Funding applications are due November 9, 2020

Strengthening Communities Grant—COVID-19 Grant

Indiana Campus Compact will fund projects that leverage institutional resources to support community stakeholders in meaningful ways, while further developing Indiana college students into civic leaders during this global crisis. We encourage applicants to be creative in how they actualize their COVID-19 proposals, but provide the following as examples of fundable projects:

  • Using institution-owned equipment (e.g., 3D printers, sewing machines) to produce personal protection equipment (PPE).
  • Partnering with local PK-12 institutions on distance learning plans and procedures, including assisting with implementation and delivery.
  • Partnering with local assisted living facilities to provide them with unused electronic devices (e.g., laptops, mobile devices) to help residents stay connected.
  • Extending institutional wireless services to the surrounding community.
  • Partnering with local food pantries to assist with food collection and distribution.
  • Creating support systems that work to eliminate barriers to access essential services (e.g., safe and stable home environment, food security, health services, technology needs) for their internal stakeholders (e.g., students, staff, faculty).

Project and Application Timeline Details

Application Deadlines November 9, 2020
Notification to Applicant 7 Weeks following submission
Project Dates Determined by applicant

Must end by May 15, 2021

COVID-19 Addition to Project Narrative

Applicants should complete all parts of the Strengthening Communities Project Narrative, and should include information in response to the following prompts, either within its own section or woven throughout the proposal:

  • How is the institution leveraging its resources as an anchor institution to support stakeholders in the surrounding community?
  • What type of impact do you foresee this effort having within the community?

When reviewing COVID-19 proposals, the review committee will consider the following anticipated limitations and how the applicant will address them. Limitations in being able to gather in groups to perform community engagement activities.

  • Limitations engaging university stakeholders (e.g., students, faculty, staff, senior administrators).
  • Limitations on the capacity of community organizations to fully participate/engage.

Submission Details

All applications are to be submitted via Indiana Campus Compact’s Engagement Portal. All proposals must be submitted using the Principal Investigator’s profile. All submissions must be completed at one time, the system is not able to save incomplete applications for completion at a later date. Detailed instructions on how to create a user profile in Indiana Campus Compact’s Engagement Portal can be found on the Indiana Campus Compact website.

To ensure that these applications are routed correctly, all applicants applying for the Strengthening Communities COVID-19 funding must use “COVID-19” in their project title.

Questions

Direct question to Laura Weaver, Director of Professional Development and Engaged Learning at laura {at} incampuscompact(.)org.

High-Impact Community Engagement Practices Grant—COVID-19 Response Planning Grant Opportunity

In order to support the efforts of our partner campuses in responding nimbly to the COVID-19 global pandemic, we are continuing to offer funding for planning as part of our High-Impact Community Engagement Practice grant for the August 10, 2020, and November 9, 2020 application cycles. This planning grant opportunity provides funding for institutions to partner with representatives of community organizations (or individual community members) to envision how their high-impact community engagement work will need to change as they respond to the evolving COVID-19 situation.

Indiana Campus Compact will fund proposals that focus on expanding the use of high-impact community engagement practices to support local Indiana community’s responses to COVID-19. Applicants should strive to achieve the overarching goals of the High-Impact Community Engagement Practice grant to support the development of Indiana college students into the next generation of civic leaders, and increase the number of reciprocal community-campus partnerships.

We encourage applicants to think broadly about how their institution is leveraging its resources to support their communities. Example of fundable projects include:

  • Planning grant to incorporate community engagement into an online course
  • Planning grant to support the development of an on-campus food bank open to university stakeholders.
  • Planning grant to support department or university-wide training on community-engagement distance learning practices.
  • Implementing a service-learning course or undergraduate research project, which involves partnering with local PK-12 schools to support their planning and implementation of distance learning.
  • Implementing a capstone project to design personal protective equipment for local healthcare organization(s), community partner(s), and/or local community members.
  • Developing and implementing an undergraduate research project on the effects the COVID-19 had on community organization stakeholders.

COVID-19 Addition to Project Narrative

Applicants should complete all parts of the High-Impact Community Engagement Practices Project Narrative, and should include information in response to the following prompts, either within its own section or woven through the proposal:

  • How is the institution leveraging its resources as an anchor institution to support the identified stakeholders in the surrounding community?
  • What type of impact do you foresee this effort having within the community?
  • For planning grant applications only: How will you leverage support to implement this project beyond the planning grant period?

When reviewing COVID-19 Planning Response proposals, the review committee will consider the following anticipated limitations and how the applicant addresses them.

  • Limitations in being able to gather in groups to perform community engagement activities.
  • Limitations engaging university stakeholders (e.g., students, faculty, staff, senior administrators).
  • Limitations on the capacity of community organizations to fully participate/engage.

Project and Application Timeline Details

Application Deadline: November 9, 2020   
Funding Notification: December 18, 2020
Earliest Project Start; December 28, 2020

Submission Details

All applications are to be submitted via Indiana Campus Compact’s Engagement Portal. All proposals must be submitted using the Principal Investigator’s profile. All submissions must be completed at one time, the system is not able to save incomplete applications for completion at a later date. Detailed instructions on how to create a user profile in Indiana Campus Compact’s Engagement Portal can be found on the Indiana Campus Compact website.

To ensure that these applications are routed correctly, all applicants applying for the High-Impact Community Engagement Practices COVID-19 Response funding must use “COVID-19 Response” in their project title.

Questions

Direct question to Laura Weaver, Director of Professional Development and Engaged Learning at laura {at} incampuscompact(.)org

STRENGTHENING COMMUNITIES GRANT

Download the Strengthening Communities Request for Proposals

The Indiana Campus Compact Strengthening Communities grant supports a wide range of community engagement experiences from episodic place-based projects to regional Indiana-based plunge experiences, to short-term on-going co-curricular community engagement activities, to training and advocacy initiatives addressing systemic community issues. Projects are to be designed in such a way that participants are able to further develop a deeper understanding of civic learning and democratic engagement, including the skills and concepts necessary to implement such activities and develop into future civic leaders and civic-minded professionals. Additionally, projects should seek to further the development of high-quality community-campus partnerships where all partners are able to transcend self-interest as a means of seeking mutual benefit and embracing, what Enos and Morton (2003) describe as a “larger definition of community” (p. 25).

  • Project Duration: 2- to 9-months in length as determined by the Project Director(s) during the 3-year funding cycle from July 1, 2019, through May 31, 2022.
  • Funding Amount: up to $1,200 grant award; $360 minimum institutional cash match required (or a minimum of 30% of the grant award amount)
  • Eligibility: Faculty from any discipline and of any rank, community engagement professional(s), and/or undergraduate* or graduate students (full- or part-time) from any discipline, at any Indiana Campus Compact partner campus.

*Undergraduate student applicants are required to have a faculty, community engagement professional, or graduate student co-project director to serve in a support role.

  • NEW Application Timeline: Beginning in November 2020, proposals are accepted monthly on the second Monday. Applicants will be notified of funding decisions six weeks after each funding deadline and projects are to begin no sooner than seven weeks after each funding deadline. All projects must be completed by Tuesday, May 31, 2022. Download the full Request for Proposal for the full application timeline.

Download the Strengthening Communities Request for Proposals


RESEARCH WITH AND ABOUT COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT GRANT

The Indiana Campus Compact Research With and About Community Engagement funding opportunity will support original research aimed at empirically exploring community engagement initiatives and organizational change at institutions of higher education in Indiana or the effect community engagement has on students’ success during or after college.

DOWNLOAD THE RESEARCH WITH AND ABOUT COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT RFP

Funded research will support Indiana Campus Compact’s goal to “increase rigorous and deep assessment…of community engagement’s collective impact on the challenges facing Indiana” and beyond. This funding opportunity seeks to connect community-engaged scholars (both within higher education and community organizations) with individuals from institutional research or effectiveness offices as a means of supporting their research efforts.

The overall goals of the program include:

  1. Increase the number of original research documenting the collective impact of community engagement practices on the challenges facing Indiana.
  2. Increase the number of published research outputs—traditional and non-traditional—that document research on community-engaged and/or community-based teaching and learning practices and their connection to institutional change and/or student success.
  3. Strengthen partnerships between community-engaged scholars (both within higher education and community organizations) and institutional research and effectiveness professionals aimed at increasing research about institutional community engagement practices.

The Research With and About Community Engagement grant seeks to fund two types of research projects:

  1. Original research that is in partnership with community organizations or community members and is focused on topics, issues, or questions that arise from the community (partnering organization or community at large) and because the community has determined it is important, relevant, or timely.
  2. Original research that is about the impact of community engagement on organization change at the institution—both higher education and/or community organization institutions—and the impact this has on the institution’s stakeholders.

Download Research With and About Community Engagement RFP

The Research With and About Community Engagement grant requires a Principal Investigators and Co-Principal Investigator. Below is a list of eligible applicants.

The following individuals at Indiana Campus Compact partner institutions are eligible to serve as either a Principal Investigator or Co-Principal Investigator:

  • Senior administrator with responsibilities in overseeing university-wide community engagement initiatives
  • Faculty from any discipline and any rank (e.g., pre-tenure, post-tenure, non-tenure, instructor of practice), and employed at the institution a minimum of 50% FTE
  • Community engagement professional (e.g., student affairs staff, academic affairs staff) who is employed at the institution a minimum of 50% FTE
  • Institutional research and effectiveness professional who is employed at the institution a minimum of 50% FTE
  • Doctoral student (full- or part-time) from any discipline looking to support their dissertation research

The following individuals are eligible to serve only as Co-Principal Investigators:

  • Representatives from a community partner organization(s) (or community members) who play a critical role in the development and implementation of the research project
  • Faculty from any discipline, and of any rank who are employed at the institution less than 50% FTE
  • Graduate student (full- or part-time) from any discipline

Indiana Campus Compact has the funding to support six Research With and About Community Engagement proposals. Awards are in the amount of $5,000 and require a $1,500 institutional cash match.

Applications will be accepted through the Indiana Campus Compact Engagement Portal starting May 12, 2020.

Interested applicants are able to submit full proposals for the following application deadlines: June 15, 2020; August 10, 2020; November 9, 2020; and February 8, 2021. Funded research projects can begin seven weeks after the application is submitted and funding is available through May 31, 2022.

Please contact Laura Weaver, Director of Professional Development and Engaged Learning, at 317-274-6504 or laura {at} incampuscompact(.)org for more information about this upcoming opportunity.


HIGH-IMPACT COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT PRACTICES GRANT

Download the High-Impact Community Engagement Practices Request for Proposals

The Indiana Campus Compact High-Impact Community Engagement Practices funding opportunity will support the development and implementation of a high-impact community engagement learning practice (Hoy & Johnson, 2013). These types of activities can include both curricular (first-year seminars, capstone courses, global learning, internships, service-learning courses, undergraduate research course, and writing-intensive courses) and co-curricular (common intellectual experiences, learning communities) experiences (Longo & Gibson, 2016) that also incorporate an intentional emphasis on community-engagement practices—e.g., place, humility, integration, depth, development, reflection, teams, capacity building, impact orientation, evidence, learning, mentors, and sequence (Hoy & Johnson, 2013). Funded projects will support strong reciprocal community-campus partnerships that strengthen student learning, and further support a culture of community engagement within the institution.

  • Project Duration: 6- to 12-months in length as determined by the Project Director(s) during the 3-year funding cycle from July 1, 2019, through May 31, 2022.
  • Funding Amount: up to $2,500 grant award; $750 minimum institutional cash match required (or a minimum of 30% of the grant award amount)
  • Eligibility: Faculty from any discipline and of any rank, community engagement professional(s), and/or graduate students (full- or part-time) from any discipline at any Indiana Campus Compact partner campus
  • Application Timeline: Proposals are accepted once per quarter (in May, August, November, and February) on the second Monday of the month. Projects must start at least seven weeks after the application due date, as indicated below. All projects must be completed no later than Tuesday, May 31, 2022. Download the full Request for Proposal for the full application timeline.

Download the High-Impact Community Engagement Practices Request for Proposals


FACULTY FELLOWS PROGRAM

Download the Faculty Fellows program Request for Proposals

20201–2022 Application Timeline

  • Letter of Intent due on Monday, March 1, 2021, by 11:59 p.m. (EDT)
  • Full Proposals due on Monday, April 19, 2021, by 11:59 p.m. (EDT)
  • Applicants notified on Wednesday, June 9, 2021
  • Fellowship begins on Thursday, July 1, 2021
  • Fellowship ends on Tuesday, May 31, 2022

The Indiana Campus Compact Faculty Fellows program is a year-long learning community experience designed in the tenets of Boyer’s (1996) vision of the scholarship of engagement. Selected individuals will serve a one-year term as part of a cohort with other engaged scholars from Indiana Campus Compact partner campuses. Each year, the cadre of selected scholars will work collaboratively on a scholarly project that will seek to advance the understanding and practice of the field of community engagement through the collaborative engagement research paradigm (Jacquez, Ward, & Goguen, 2016), while individually incorporating community engagement into the three components of faculty work: teaching, research, and service.

  • Project Duration: Yearly from July 1st through May 31st during the 2019 – 2020, 2020 – 2021, and 2021 – 2022 academic years.
  • Funding Amount: $3,800 grant award; $1,520 minimum institutional cash match
  • Eligibility: Full-time faculty member from any discipline at any Indiana Campus Compact partner campus
  • 2021 – 2020 Application Timeline:
    Letter of Intent deadline extended to Monday, March 1, 2021. The deadline for full proposals is Monday, April 19, 2021.

Download the Faculty Fellows program Request for Proposals

Application deadlines for the funding opportunities listed below have passed. Indiana Campus Compact hopes to be able to offer these opportunities again in future funding cycles. Subscribe to our newsletter to keep up to date on the latest news and funding opportunities from Indiana Campus Compact.

ACTUALIZING A CULTURE FOR COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT

The Actualizing a Culture for Community Engagement grant aims to provide Indiana Campus Compact partner institutions with the opportunity to deepen their community engagement efforts by intentionally developing a campus-wide ethos for community engagement. By intentionally designing and implementing holistic community engagement strategies intended to shift the culture, selected institutions are enabled to create authentic, reciprocal community-campus partnerships, and leverage their role as a place-based institution to accelerate systematic change.

  • Project Duration: 3 years from July 10, 2019 through May 31, 2022
  • Funding Amount: $11,000 total grant award; $11,000 minimum institutional cash match
  • Eligibility: Senior administrators, faculty from any discipline, and community engagement professionals from any Indiana Campus Compact partner institution; this funding opportunity required two project directors.
  • Application Timeline: Letter of Intent due Friday, March 22, 2019 with full proposals due Monday, May 13, 2019.

Download the Actualizing a Culture for Community Engagement Request for Proposals.

SENIOR FACULTY FELLOW

The Senior Faculty Fellow is a three-year leadership opportunity for a highly engaged scholar who will serve as a peer mentor to each cadre of selected Faculty Fellows beginning in July 2019 through May 2022. The Senior Fellow will work closely with the staff at Indiana Campus Compact to shape the thematic work of each cohort of Fellows, ensuring that there is a common thematic thread connecting each programmatic year.

  • Project Duration: 3 years from July 1, 2019 through May 31, 2022
  • Funding Amount: $15,000 total grant award ($5,000 per year); $7,500 minimum institutional cash match ($2,500 per year)
  • Eligibility: Full-time faculty from any discipline at Indiana Campus Compact partner who either have served as an Indiana Campus Compact Faculty Fellow within the last six (6) academic years; or have exceptional knowledge, skills, and abilities in the field of community engagement, and a working knowledge of critical community engagement as envisioned by Mitchell (2008), along with an understanding of the scholarship of engagement and proven leadership skills.
  • Application Timeline: Letter of Intent due Friday, February 22, 2019 with pull Proposals due Monday, April 1, 2019.

Download the Senior Faculty Fellow Request for Proposals

Grant Funding

Allowable Grant Costs

Grant funds may only be used on direct expenses associated with the development/implementation of the project. Allowable expenses include:

  • Stipends
    • Community partner staff (or individual community members) stipends/honorary payments as a means of compensation for expertise/knowledge shared, time invested, work/research done, and/or scholarship (g., traditional academic, creative works, or educational or public tools) co-produced and/or resources used throughout the project.
    • University or college Community Engagement Professionals (professional staff) and faculty stipends as a means of compensation for time invested, work/research done, and/or scholarship (g., traditional academic, creative works, or educational or public tools) produced.
      • Student stipends, or institutional scholarships, as a means of compensation for work (e.g., peer mentoring, project design and implementation assistance) and/or research done, and/or scholarship (e.g., traditional academic, creative works, or educational or public tools) co-produced throughout the project.
    • Marketing and Public Awareness
      • Printing for flyers, publications, etc., only when charges can be tracked to the specific project
      • Advertisements (including social media boosts and advertisements specifically related to project, only when charges can be linked to the specific project,
      • Apparel with the Indiana Campus Compact logo included, up to 10% of the requested grant funds
    • Project supplies & Equipment
      • Printing and copying, only when charges can be tracked to the specific project
      • Equipment with no more than a one-year useful life and/or under $100, must be specifically related to the project
      • Books/Publications specifically related to the project activities and when used as project supplies
    • Travel, must be specifically related to the project and/or dissemination of scholarly work related to the project
      • Registration
      • Accommodations
      • Mileage
      • Vehicle rental
      • Fuel reimbursement
      • Per Diem
    • Hospitality, up to 50% of requested grant funds
      • Third-party space rental for off-campus facilities
      • Meals for meetings and/or events specifically related to the project
      • Fees for equipment use, only when there is commonly a charge for usage

Non-allowable Grant Costs

Grant funds may not be requested for indirect expenses. Non-allowable expenses include:

  • Travel
    • Any registration costs for events hosted by Indiana Campus Compact
  • Project supplies & equipment
    • Equipment with a useful life of more than one-year and/or over $100, unless otherwise approved by Indiana Campus Compact in writing
    • Computer software, unless otherwise approve by Indiana Campus Compact in writing
    • Office equipment (g., copiers, fax machines)
    • Computers/Tablets
    • General office supplies (g., pens, paper)
  • Incentives
    • Payments to participants to take part in project activities (e.g., gift cards, fuel cards, cash incentives)
  • Entertainment
    • Any costs associated with, directly or indirectly, entertainment such as event or show tickets and entrance fees
  • Fundraising
  • Memberships & subscriptions
    • Memberships/subscriptions to any civic or community organization, country club, or social/professional organization
  • Marketing and Public Awareness
    • Apparel over 10% of the requested grant funds
    • Advertisements that cannot be linked to the specific project, this includes social media boost and advertisements
    • Contact Management Platforms (g., iContact, Mail Chimp)

Cash Match

  • Institutions will provide a cash match toward the development or implementation of the project as outlined in each grant application. This must be provided from the institution and not an outside source. Indirect costs and in-kind contributions are not considered a cash match. Appropriate documentation of expenditures must be kept on file and be made available for audit and inspection if required. This documentation must reflect expenditures toward direct project support as described in the budget and narrative of the original proposal. Stipends
  • Stipends for community partner staff (or individual community members), university or college Community Engagement Professionals (professional staff), faculty, and students as a means of compensation for expertise/knowledge shared, time invested, work/research done, scholarship (g., traditional academic, creative works, or educational or public tools) produced and/or co-produced throughout the project may be used as a cash match.
    • Cash Match minimums are as follows:
      • High-Impact Community Engagement Practices (HICEP): $750, 30% of the award amount
      • Strengthening Communities (SC): $360, 30% of the award amount
      • Actualizing a Culture for Community Engagement (ACCE): $11,000, 100% of the award amount
      • Faculty Fellows (FF): $1,520, 40% of the award; Senior Faculty Fellow (SFF): $2,500 per year, 50% of the three- year award
      • Research With and About Community Engagement: $1,500, 30% of the award

Reimbursements

Grants funds are distributed on a reimbursement basis only, no upfront funds will be given. Grantees must work with their campus to ensure an institutional account is set up for grant expenditures. Once all reporting requirements have been met, reimbursements will be processed within thirty (30) days.

Grantor Recognition

Any materials (print and/or electronic) produced with grant funds must acknowledge Indiana Campus Compact as the funder of the project and include the Indiana Campus Compact logo. The Indiana Campus Compact Style Guide  provides parameters for the use of logos, press releases, and social media tags. Failure to include Indiana Campus Compact on all/any of the referenced outlets will result in a loss of funding.  All marketing and communication (e.g., press releases, social media, public relations efforts) around the funded project must acknowledge Indiana Campus Compact as the funder and include the Indiana Campus Compact boilerplate. The Indiana Campus Compact Style Guide provides further guidelines for marketing and communication. Indiana Campus compact shall not be abbreviated in any material, created or produced.

Deadlines & Submission Process

  • Deadlines

All submissions will adhere to the deadlines set forth in the Request for Proposal. All grant funds must be expended no later than May 31, 2022. Any project ending on May 31, 2022 will be required to submit full final reports no later than June 24, 2022; any report not received by that date will automatically be disqualified for funding reimbursements.

  • Application Process
    • Submission:

All applicants will be expected to submit their full proposal using the Indiana Campus Compact Engagement Portal. All narratives and budget worksheets are required to be uploaded as either Adobe PDF (.pdf), Microsoft Word (.doc or .docx.) or JPEG (.jpg) file types. Multiple files may also be uploaded in a Zip (.zip) folder.

We require each Principal Investigator to create their own individual account for submissions. General accounts by Contract and Grants office will not be accepted.

    • Internal routing

Applicants are responsible for ensuring their application has been routed through, and approved by, their granting offices (e.g., sponsored program, contracts & grants, or other similar offices) in accordance with their university’s policies for obtaining grants prior to submitting the application to Indiana Campus Compact. Any application not approved by their granting office or properly routed will not be funded.

Project Changes

The PI must seek, in writing, approval from Indiana Campus Compact for any significant changes in the project scope or budget prior to implementing changes.

Terms and Conditions

Indiana Campus Compact reserves the right to use your project’s application and/or grant report as an example of successfully funded projects on the website and/or other print/electronic materials.

Any data and/or results derived from the project shall be the joint property of grantee and Indiana Campus Compact. Neither party will be required to report or account to the other for its use of data and/or results and each shall be free to use data and/or results for any lawful purpose.

By submitting a proposal, you are agreeing to the above stated terms and conditions. In addition, you are agreeing to Indiana Campus Compact’s Terms of Service, Online Privacy, and Non-Discrimination notices.

Questions

For more information please contact Laura Weaver, Director of Professional Development and Engaged Learning at laura {at} incampuscompact(.)org  

Logo

The Indiana Campus Compact logo must be used on any and all printed and/or electronic materials (e.g. flyers, electronic invitations, event handouts, t-shirts, etc.) that result from an Indiana Campus Compact funded project.

You may not alter the logo in any manner.

Download logo here http://dnsnew.compact.org/wp-content/uploads/sites/17/2016/03/Campus-Compact-Indiana-01-300.jpg 

Published materials should include a disclaimer that states “Opinions or points of view expressed in this document are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the official position of Indiana Campus Compact.” 

Press Releases

All press releases promoting an Indiana Campus Compact project must include information about the grant project and credit Indiana Campus Compact as the funder, including the boilerplate below, and must be sent to Liza Blomquist at liza {at} incampuscompact(.)org for approval prior to publishing. Please allow three days for the approval process.

About Indiana Campus Compact
Indiana Campus Compact is a partnership of Indiana’s public, private, and community college higher education institutions focused on advocating, implementing, and improving service engagement, so that students graduate as well-informed, engaged and productive members of society, who are fully enabled to provide leadership and service that advances the public good in their communities. For more information, please visit www.indianacampuscompact.org

Social Media

We encourage you to use social media to promote your Indiana Campus Compact funded project; any posts surrounding an Indiana Campus Compact funded project must tag Indiana Campus Compact as follows:

  • Facebook – @INCampusCompact
  • Instagram – @incampuscompact
  • Twitter – @INCampusCompact