Montana Campus Compact (MTCC) is a statewide CEO-led coalition of college and university presidents, and chancellors who have made a formal commitment to fulfilling the civic purposes of higher education. These individuals serve as board of directors for the organization, which employs an Executive Director and network office staff, based in Missoula. MTCC is part of a nationwide network that includes a national headquarters in Boston, 35 state offices, and over 1,100 Campus Compact member institutions.
Please visit the Campuses page to learn more about MTCC's current membership.
MTCC advances the public purposes of colleges and universities by deepening their ability to improve community life and to educate students for civic and social responsibility.
Communities in Montana and the surrounding region will experience significant, community-initiated, positive impact through the service of college students.
Our Priorities (2011-2015)
Enhance MTCC’s national leadership by expanding civic engagement opportunities.
Increase the positive impact higher education has on community-identified needs.
Strengthen the Campus Compact network to maximize civic engagement potential.
Instill long-term civic habits in our alumni.
Montana Campus Compact provides tools, programmatic funding, and resources to its affiliate institutions, in line with our mission to serve communities and promote active citizenship. Please visit the Initiatives pages to learn more about MTCC's programs.