frequently asked questions
WHAT SETS GETTING CARNEGIE CLASSIFIED™ APART
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Who is the target audience for GCC?
The community engagement leaders and key allies who have been tasked with submitting a successful application.
What types of campuses will benefit most from Getting Carnegie Classified?
Campuses with leaders who need help recognizing the application is a tool to increase the institutionalization of high quality community engagement, not simply a celebration of the status quo or an inventory of CE activities.
What types of campuses will benefit least from Getting Carnegie Classified?
Campuses interested in being recognized by Carnegie based on the quantity of their CE activities and who are uninterested in continuous improvement.
Which parts of the application will GCC help with?
GCC makes every single step of the application easier, from the moment you begin until after you submit. We even include post-deadline support to help campuses prepare to fully leverage the classification announcement in January 2020.
What methods does GCC use to make the application eaiser?
On-demand application strategizing workshops, community of practice, application workbook, customized application timeline, monthly live question and answer meetings, feedback on workbook progress and draft application responses
How much travel is required to make the most of GCC?
None; communication is primarily through Zoom video conferencing.
How will Getting Carnegie Classifed change our application experience?
Getting Carnegie Classified campuses have the skills to: