Coaching Civic Action Planning

Launched in January 2017, Civic Action Planning (CAP) Coaches provide an expert advice and an outside perspective to campuses developing Campus Civic Action Plans in line with Campus Compact’s 30th Anniversary Action Statement. With extensive community organizing and development experience to share, our CAP Coaches work with higher education institutions to reignite their commitment to the public purposes of higher education. Campus Compact CAP Coaches Steve Dubb Speciality: Community Economic Development Over the past decade, Steve Dubb has been deeply engaged, as a researcher and a coach, to thinking about how universities might play a more effective role in community economic…

Voter Friendly Campuses

Created by NASPA and the Campus Vote Project, the Voter Friendly Campus designation is a program created to help institutions develop plans to coordinate administrators, faculty, and student organizations in civic and electoral engagement. The Voter Friendly Campus designation program helps administrators develop a strategy to engage students in election processes. The work campuses put into implementing voter engagement plans keeps students engaged in public issues and participating in the electoral process as they enter and move through their time at school. To earn the Voter Friendly Campus designation, campuses had to submit a plan and report the results after…

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