Become a Member

Florida Campus Compact is a collaborative network of colleges and universities committed to educating students for civic and social responsibility, collaborating with communities for positive change, and strengthening democracy.

Presidents and chancellors join the network on behalf of their institution. Membership is open to the presidents and chancellors of all regionally or nationally accredited institutions and systems of higher education in Florida who are interested in:

  • Leading a campus-wide culture of civic and community engagement.
  • Promoting, facilitating, and rewarding engagement.
  • Inspiring, endorsing, and rewarding faculty efforts to integrate service and community engagement with academic study.
  • Supporting students as they undertake thoughtful reflection and efforts to address the challenges in our society.
  • Developing and endorsing policies and structures on campus, state, and national levels that support community engagement.
  • Collaborating with other institutions to strengthen regional initiatives and establishing long-term systemic support for all forms of campus-community engagement.
  • Membership in our statewide network includes membership in the national Campus Compact network.

Contact Marisol Morales at mmorales {at} compact(.)org with any questions.

Step 1
The President or Chancellor writes a Letter of Commitment stating his or her support for the principles and initiatives of Campus Compact.

Step 2
The President or Chancellor appoints one to three individuals to serve as the Civic Engagement Liaisons (CELs) for Florida Campus Compact. Select individuals that will ensure Compact information is shared broadly so that your campus can receive all benefits associated with membership.

Step 3
The CELs or President’s Office completes the Institutional Contacts Form identifying key contact people who may receive information, publications, and any other communications from Florida Campus Compact.

Step 4
Pay membership dues which will be invoiced by the Campus Compact office in Boston. Payment of dues includes membership in the national Campus Compact network.

Step 5
E-mail the completed Letter of Commitment and Institutional Contacts form to Campus Compact at campus {at} compact(.)org.

Step 6
Upon receipt of your membership dues and review of the aforementioned forms, your institution is eligible for all membership benefits.