CSNAP Student Conference
The 2018 CSNAP Student Conference (November 9-10, 2018) is sponsored by
Who should attend?
All college students are welcome, even if your campus is not currently a member of the Campus Compact network. The event is especially geared for students who care about civic/community engagement, social change, and service. Faculty and staff may also attend.
What does CSNAP mean?
CSNAP captures the big ideas we hope participants explore during the event: Citizenship, Service, Networking, and Partnerships.
When is CSNAP?
The conference is a full-day event on Saturday, November 10. Participants may also attend a special, Friday evening kick-off on November 9.
Where is CSNAP?
The conference moves each year to a different campus in the NC Campus Compact network. This year we are thrilled to be at Fayetteville State University!
Can I lead a workshop?
YES! We are currently seeking student-led workshops to fill the conference breakout sessions. Submit your workshop idea by Oct. 5:
What else happens at CSNAP?
During the day, the Community Impact Award is presented to students selected by each member campus, and the Barnhill Civic Trailblazer Award is presented to one outstanding senior student in the state. We also announce winners of the Marshall Alternative Break Scholarship, which any CSNAP participant can apply for!
How much does it cost?
Cost to attend is $75/pp for students/fac/staff from member campuses (including members of national Campus Compact) and $100/pp for those from non-member campuses. Check with your campus leadership, civic engagement, or community service office if you are interested in attending.
See our members here:
Registration deadline is Oct. 22!
Lodging is available at:
Fairfield Inn & Suites, Fayetteville North
4249 Ramsey St, Fayetteville, NC 28311
To get the conference rate, book your room by October 18.
1200 Murchison Rd, Fayetteville, North Carolina 28301
1200 murchison rd, fayetteville, 28301