Partner Campuses

Indiana Campus Compact provides partner institutions’ faculty, staff, students, and administrators with resources, funding, and training to enhance your campus-community connection. Read more about the benefits of being a partner here.

Our Partner Campuses


Ancilla College of Marian University
Partner since 2021


Anderson University
Partner since 2005


Ball State University
Partner since 1996


Butler University
Founding Partner, 1993


DePauw University
Founding Partner, 1993

Franklin College

Franklin College
Partner Since 2004


Holy Cross College
Partner Since 2020


Indiana State University
Partner since 2000

Indiana University

Indiana University
Founding Partner, 1993
South Bend

Ivy Tech Community College

Ivy Tech Community College of Indiana
Partner Since 2006
Anderson Campus
Bloomington Campus
Columbus Campus
Evansville Campus
Fort Wayne Campus
Indianapolis Campus
Hamilton County Campus
Kokomo Campus
Lafayette Campus
Lake County Campus
Lawrenceburg Campus
Madison Campus
Marion Campus
Muncie Campus
Richmond Campus
Sellersburg Campus
South Bend/Elkhart Campus
Terre Haute Campus
Valparaiso Campus


Marian University
Partner since 2000


Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology
Partner since 2019


St. Mary's College
Partner since 2000


Taylor University
Partner since 2000


University of Indianapolis
Partner since 2000

University of Notre Dame

University of Notre Dame
Founding Partner, 1993


University of Southern Indiana
Partner Since 2003

The Presidential Commitment Declaration

Indiana Campus Compact presidents and chancellors share a commitment to serving their communities while preparing students as future leaders and have come together to sign a values statement and to make a formal compact to prepare college students to advance the public good in their communities. 

The commitment declaration reads:

As a partnership of presidents and chancellors from Indiana’s public and private colleges and universities, we agree to be an active collective that challenges all of higher education to continuously re-envision its role in and with the communities that we serve, for the public good.

We will work as agents of change to advance citizenship and service as critical components of the higher learning experience, so that our 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.

It is through our compact that we agree to promote, support and advance the work of campus and community engagement in the dynamic environment of 21st-Century society.

Indiana, Kentucky, Ohio, and North Carolina Interstate Collaboration (IKONC)

The Indiana, Kentucky, Ohio, and North Carolina Campus Compacts are excited to announce a new partnership called IKONC, an informal alliance to support the community engagement work on college and university campuses in each of the four states. In our monthly eBrief, you will begin seeing opportunities offered by these other state Compacts in addition to our tried-and-true state-based programs/events. Indiana Campus Compact partner campuses will be able to participate in most of these other states’ activities at their partner rates. We are delighted to offer you an opportunity to expand your network and we look forward to hearing about possible collaborations. 

Become a Partner Campus

Make an impact on your campus and in your community. Join the Indiana Campus Compact and get access to training, networking, funding and leadership opportunities.