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Congratulations to Missouri Recipients of the President's Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll!

General Community Service

  • University of Missouri (with Distinction)
  • Saint Louis University (with Distinction)
  • Rockhurst University (with Distinction)
  • William Jewell College
  • Westminster College
  • Missouri State University
  • Washington University in St. Louis
  • Cottey College
  • Missouri State University - West Plains
  • Truman State University
  • Drury University
  • Maryville University of St. Louis

Interfaith Community Service

  • Saint Louis University (with Distinction)
  • Westminster College

For more information on the President's Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll

Campus Compact Annual Member Survey is Open

All Campus Compact member campuses should have received a notice from the national office that the annual survey is now open. The email was sent to community service/service-learning directors for whom we have contact information. For Missouri members, a notice was also sent to all of our key contacts. I encourage all of our campuses to complete this survey. It is of vital importance to the work that we do as a statewide and national network. This survey is the most comprehensive and longest running data source for higher education civic engagement. For more information and to complete the survey, please see the survey website at: http://www.compact.org/about/statistics/annual-membership-survey/.

Please note that the survey should only be completed once by each institution. It will take approximately an hour to complete and you are required to complete it all at once. Make sure to go through the draft located on the website in order to prepare your responses ahead of time. THE DEADLINE FOR COMPLETION IS DECEMBER 12.

Reciprocity in Practice

A higher education perspective on university/community relations

This workshop is designed for community and government agencies who desire to work toward stronger partnerships with area higher education institutions. Topics will include a look into the culture of higher education, best practices and standards for partnership, and a discussion of challenges and barriers you face in working with post-secondary institutions. Also included is an opportunity to meet with representatives from higher education institutions in the Springfield area.

Date: February 6, 2015

Time: 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.

405 N Jefferson Ave
Springfield, MO

Cost: $40
Lunch Provided



Tabitha Underwood, Executive Director of Missouri Campus Compact, 417-836-3103, tabithaunderwood@missouristate.edu 

or Christina Ryder, GO LEAD Program Coordinator, 417-836-5973, golead@missouristate.edu 

Journal of Public Scholarship in Higher Education 2015

Call for Papers - DEADLINE FEB 1, 2015

If you are interested in being published in MOCC's 4th edition of The Journal of Public Scholarship in Higher Education click the link! We are looking for authors to submit a blind copy of the manuscript, along with a separate file containing contact information for all authors (title, institutional affiliation, address, telephone number, email, and brief author biographies), to jpshe@missouristate.edu by February 1, 2015, for consideration in the 2015 volume. Authors will receive confirmation of received manuscripts within five business days. Please see the JPSHE website for more information and submission procedures http://jpshe.missouristate.edu/  

New Resources Webpage

We have been hard at work this summer putting together a resources webpage for you and your campus. This site is full of links to examples, program models, professional development materials, and much more. Please remember that this will always be a work in progress. If you find sections to be lacking or find a great resource you would like us to post, please let us know. We will test out the site this year and may re-tool it later based on user feedback


Missouri Campus Compact (MoCC) is a membership organization of college and university presidents established to strengthen civic engagement and service-learning partnerships between Missouri’s postsecondary institutions and the communities they serve.  There are currently 36 member institutions, all committed to enhancing students’ responsibility, citizenship and awareness of the community while reinvigorating higher education’s concern for improving the quality of life in society. MoCC is one of 35 state compacts in a national network.  At the national level, Campus Compact is a coalition of more than 1,100 college and university presidents, representing more than 6 million students.  See more about Campus Compact at the national level by going to http://www.compact.org.