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"Civic Engagement at the Center: Building Democracy Through Integrated CoCurricular and Curricular Experiences" from the AAC&U provides a chart of other civic engagement minor and certificate programs. You can purchase this report here:

You may also want to view the Engaged Democracy list of academic programs in community engagement.


Providence CollegePublic and Community Service Studies
Syracuse UniversityCitizenship and Civic Engagement
UMass AmherstCivX
Providence CollegePublic and Community Service Studies (major)


Indiana UniversityLeadership, Ethics, and Social Action
Allegheny CollegeValue, Ethics, and Social Action
College of William and MaryCommunity Studies Minor
Portland State UniversityCivic Leadership Minor
DePaul UniversityCommunity Service Studies Minor
UCLACivic Engagement Minor
Providence CollegePublic and Community Service Studies (minor)
Christopher Newport UniversityCivic Engagement and Social Entrepreneurship
Howard UniversityMinor in Community Development
CSU Monterey BayService Learning Leadership



Rockhurst UniversityFinucane Scholars
University of Illinois-ChicagoUrban Public Policy Fellowship
Tufts UniversityTisch Scholars
Allegheny CollegeDavies Community Service Leaders
University of DaytonDayton Civic Scholars
IUPUISam H. Jones Community Service Scholarship
Tulane University

Public Service Fellows

Community Service Scholars


UMass AmherstCitizen Scholars Program


Brammer, L., Dumlao, R., Falk, A., Hollander, E., Knutson, E., Poehnert, J., ... & Werner, V. (2012). Core competencies in civic engagement.
Butin, D. W., & Seider, S. (Eds.). (2012). The engaged campus: Certificates, minors, and majors as the new community engagement. Palgrave Macmillan.



*Visit the Bonner Foundation for information on Bonner Scholar and Bonner Leader programs


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