Published: April 2, 2015

Students to receive Michigan Campus Compact Award for dedication to community service

Michigan Campus Compact will award 11 Michigan State University students for their dedication and commitment to community service during the Outstanding Student Service Awards Celebration from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m on April 18 at the Kellogg Hotel and Conference Center.

Alison Case will receive the outstanding community impact award. This award is given to students who have made service an integral part of their college experience through their contribution to community resources.

In addition, Nicole DiMichele will receive the commitment to service award. This award recognizes students’ depth of their community involvement or service experiences.

And Catherine Bargerstock, Rachel Cole, Terence Gipson, Adam Kogelschatz, Erik Krueger, Toyia Montgomery, Rachel Poole, Eric Walton and Alysha Vincent will receive the heart and soul award. This award is given to students to recognize their time, effort and personal commitment to their communities through service.

Each year, Michigan Campus Compact recognizes students from member colleges and universities across the state for their outstanding commitment to service-learning and civic engagements with three types of awards: the outstanding community impact award, the commitment to service award and the heart and soul award. This year, more than 240 students from 30 member campuses will receive awards.

MiCC is a coalition of college and university presidents who are committed to fulfilling the public purpose of higher education.

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