NKU’s has earned the prestigious Carnegie Community Engagement Classification.
Our campus white board invites students to share their views on public affairs, prompted by a new question each week.
Published by the Center in 2010, this is an exploration of Kenton County's growth, its proliferation of cities, and options for new governance models.
Free access to local, national, and international digital news sites so student an stay up-to-date on public affairs.
A partnership with Northern Kentucky's public library district to host civil, civic discussion of public affairs in our region.
Resources for registering to vote, learning about issues, and voting on Election Day.
The city’s Westside is the site of ongoing classroom/community partnerships designed to benefit both students and the neighborhood.
Students’ apply their learning toward community projects, working with nonprofits, schools and local government.
A signature program at NKU that lets our students learn about needs in the community and invest in addressing those needs.
Take a noncredit, online class for personal enrichment or professional development.
In partnership with the Thomas D. Clark Foundation (hyperlink), the Scripps Howard Center developed a resource guide to teaching Black history and culture for P-12 educators.
Students in grades 4-8 can catch a glimpse of campus life from NKU student leaders, faculty and staff with a Norse Explore! visit.
An annual event with the Cincinnati Art Museum, the symposium features guest speakers on stage with NKU students and faculty.
Our annual community lecture series showcases research and creative activity by NKU’s talented faculty and students.