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“There is no more important organization in California than California Campus Compact when it comes to inspiring, encouraging and supporting higher education’s public service role in California. California Campus Compact has played a key role in helping the University of San Francisco expand and highlight our service-learning and civic engagement work.”

Stephen A. Privett, S.J.
University of San Francisco

“Since its founding more than 20 years ago, California Campus Compact has been a remarkable catalyst and resource in helping build engaged campuses throughout California. California Campus Compact’s support of Cal Poly-Pomona’s service-learning and civic engagement initiatives has been extremely valuable to us.”

J. Michael Ortiz
California State Polytechnic University,

Mission Statement

California Campus Compact builds the collective commitment and capacity of colleges, universities and communities to advance civic and community engagement for a healthy, just and democratic society.

Vision Statement

In 2013, California colleges, universities and communities are contributing to a healthy, just and democratic society through ongoing dialogue and collaboration, with a strong shared commitment to the development of socially responsible individuals and institutions.

2018-2023 Strategic Plan

In 2017, CACC updated the Strategic Plan, and it was approved by the CACC Executive Board on March 2, 2018.

Download the 2018-2023 Strategic Plan

2014-2018 Strategic Plan

In 2013, California Campus Compact (CACC) designed and implemented an intentional strategic planning process. Building on their existing strategic plan, CACC chose to continue to focus on their vision, mission and strategic directions which were crafted in 2007; as each clearly articulate relevant and intentional aspirations for the Compact. A small group of diverse stakeholders including member campuses, students, program participants, campus presidents, community partners and non-member campuses provided extensive feedback; while, a later draft along with a survey was broadly distributed to CACC’s constituents by email and online. Deliberations by CACC’s staff and Executive Board were informed by the feedback collected and enabled CACC to focus their goals on the civic engagement fields’ current issues and needs across California. In total, more than 100 stakeholders provided direct input and feedback as this strategic plan was developed. The CACC Executive Board officially approved the plan on November 14, 2013.

Download the California Campus Compact 2014-2018 Strategic Plan