Indiana Campus Compact Campus Liaisons

Each year, Indiana Campus Compact Presidents and Chancellors appoint liaisons who serve as the main point of contact between their campuses and Indiana Campus Compact.

Each fall when Campus Liaisons are appointed by their president or chancellor, they receive a congratulatory letter from Indiana Campus Compact which introduces them to each other and asks them to watch for more information about upcoming programs, events, technical support, and funding opportunities we offer.

Indiana Campus Compact stays in contact with these individuals throughout the academic year so that they receive all notices and announcements concerning partnership benefits, including upcoming funding opportunities, events, workshops, and trainings.

The Campus Liaison Team partners with Indiana Campus Compact to help institutions meet their goals for community-based learning and high impact practices and ensure that their campus receives the partnership benefits that come with being part of the Compact.

Download the 2020 Liaison Guide

We encourage Campus Liaisons to work with peers from fellow partner campuses across the state to move the mission of Indiana Campus Compact forward by advancing the public good in their communities.

These roles with Indiana Campus Compact provide a statewide network that ensures we continue to prepare students to advance the public good in their communities during college and beyond.

As part of our commitment to making sure that all parties on partner campus are able to take full advantage of the myriad of programs, events, technical support, and funding opportunities we offer, Indiana Campus Compact staff offers to facilitate Liaison Team Meetings via an online meeting to introduce ourselves and to make sure that the Team has all the information they need to feel comfortable in their roles, answer any questions they may have, and help start conversations for them to collaborate as a team.

For more information, please contact Liza Blomquist at liza {at} incampuscompact(.)org or 317-274-6505