In order to better connect and support a culture of civic engagement at Northwestern, CCE offers a variety of online or in-person resources. Whether it's the email digest or peer advising, the Center's meeting space or it's online readings, these resources are designed to help promote, communicate and navigate NU's many opportunities, events and programs.


Over a thousand students, faculty, staff, alumni and community members subscribe to the weekly email digest, which contains upcoming events, news and opportunities related to civic engagement and service at Northwestern and beyond. More.


Whether you are looking for a group on campus that matches your interest or are hoping to explore a new idea, be sure to take advantage of the experience and support of Civic Engagement Fellows' peer advising. More.


The Center is a resource for books, articles and websites on engaged scholarship, experiential learning and community-based research. More.


The 1813 Hinman building, which houses the Center for Civic Engagement, the Center for Leadership and Chicago Field Studies, provides informal and formal meeting space for students, faculty, and staff. More.