Professor of Political Science
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Students who participate in community-based learning report strengthened academic performance, increased motivation to engage in their coursework, and heightened awareness of issues impacting the community. In fact, nearly 98 percent of students felt that their community-based learning experience significantly increased their knowledge about issues and concepts presented in the classroom.
How it Works
Community-based learning is much more than a service project. It’s a way to both deepen your learning and give back to your community. Read more »
Campus Compact is a national consortium of schools dedicated to community engagement. Meredith is a founding member of the North Carolina affiliate. Read more »
Community PartnersOur strong community partners are essential to making community-based learning work. Read more »
Some students engage in community-based learning while studying abroad, giving them the opportunity to connect with their host community and deepen their learning. Read more »