The Campus and Community Civic Health Initiative was an effort to measure and improve campus and community civic health.
Civic Health Initiative
Missouri State was one of twenty-five universities to partake in this project. As a part of this initiative, MSU worked to assess and evaluate the civic footprint of the campus and community through the Provost Ad-Hoc Committee on Democracy Engagement.
In order to assess the civic ethos, literacy, inquiry, and action of the academic programs on the Missouri State University campus a three-part report was completed by Emily Trammell, Sarah Nyquist, and Kim Dubree, graduate students in the Student Affairs in Higher Education (SAHE) program, for a practicum project within the SAHE curriculum during the 2013 spring semester. The three parts of the report are as follows:
- Undergraduate and Graduate Program Curriculum by Academic College
- Service and Community Outreach by Academic College
- Student Success Rates by Academic College
In 2013 further assessments were done using the Campus & Community Civic Health Initiative Matrix and Civic Institutional Matrix.
For more information about the Civic Health Initiative, please contact Kathy Nordyke, Center for Community Engagement.