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 (ICC).
We ask that each campus fill the following appointments:
- Community Engagement Professional (CEP) – is the primary, ground-level point of contact for Indiana Campus Compact. The CEP can be a faculty or staff member who works with, and is in regular contact with, administrators, faculty, and professional staff. This person is able to pass along information from ICC about partnership benefits (grants, scholarships, events, trainings, and resources) to administrators, faculty, and staff. The CEP also serves as the primary contact for Campus Compact’s national office, and will receive occasional communication directly from them about national initiatives.
- Faculty Liaison (FAC) – is the primary contact for faculty. The FAC can be a faculty or staff member who works with, and is in regular contact with faculty. This person is able to pass along information from ICC about partnership benefits (grants, scholarships, events, trainings, course development, and resources) to departments and faculty.
- Student Development Liaison (SD) – is the primary contact for students. The SD can be a staff or faculty member (NOT a student) who works with, and is in regular contact with student groups and students. This person is able to pass along the information from ICC about partnership benefits (grants, scholarships, events, trainings, and resources) to students and student groups.
- Institutional Research and Effectiveness Liaison (IRE) – is the primary point person for institutional research, effectiveness, assessment, or accreditation who is responsible for tracking, monitoring, assessing, or evaluating campus-community partnerships at your institution. This individual will provide insights to Indiana Campus Compact on how your institution does any of the following: assess students’ civic learning and development, track and monitor campus-community partnerships, evaluate the fidelity of community-based activities, or calculate the collective impact of campus-community partnerships.
As indicated above, Campus Liaisons receive communication from Indiana Campus Compact and serve as advocates by promoting ICC resources to peers and colleagues on campus.
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.