2008 President's Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll

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The President's Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll, launched in 2006, annually highlights the role colleges and universities play in solving community problems and placing more students on a lifelong path of civic engagement by recognizing institutions that achieve meaningful, measureable outcomes in the communities they serve.

The Corporation for National and Community Service announces the annual Honor Roll award recipients, recognizing more than 600 colleges and universities for exemplary, innovative, and effective community service programs.

CNCS oversees the Honor Roll in collaboration with the Department of Education, Department of Housing a Urban Development, Campus Compact, and the American Council on Education. Honorees are chosen based on a series of selection factors including scope and innovation of service projects, percentage of student participation in service activities, incentives for service, and the extent to which the school offers academic service-learning courses.

Presidential Awardees

California State University, Fresno
Fresno, California

Brookhaven College
Farmers Branch, Texas

Emory University
Atlanta, Georgia

Duke University
Durham, North Carolina

Michigan State University
East Lansing, Michigan

University of Missouri-Kansas City
Kansas City, Missouri

Honor Roll with Distinction Members

Full list of 2008 Honor Roll with Distinction list (106 KB PDF)

Honor Roll Members

Full list of 2008 Honor Roll (183 KB PDF)

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3.1 Million Students
engaged in community service

118 Million Hours
of community service by students

$2.5 Billion
is the value of student community service

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