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CCN C3 announcement
September 27, 2023+Team HxA

Applications for Cohort 3 of the Campus Community Network Are Now Open!

Heterodox Academy is now accepting applications for the third cohort of HxA Campus Communities: Groups of HxA members who all work or study at the same college or university, coming together on campus to promote the HxA values of open inquiry, viewpoint diversity, and constructive disagreement to improve research and higher education. 

Each Campus Community is led by two to three co-chairs from the campus who are HxA members. They receive start-up financial support and ongoing advisory support from HxA. Over time, these campus-based groups will grow and develop in different ways, based on the unique opportunities and challenges of each institution. 

The Campus Communities give HxA members opportunities to work directly on their campuses with peers and supporters to foster positive culture change. The Campus Community Network connects the various Campus Communities so that campus leaders can share resources and strategies. Joining the existing 36 Campus Communities, the next cohort of Campus Communities will tap into the power of local action — and help all of us learn how to reclaim the culture of higher education, one campus at a time. 

First-time applicant groups are welcome to apply by Oct. 16, 2023. Applicant groups that previously applied for our first or second cohort are encouraged to apply by Sept. 30, 2023, through a streamlined process (please email campuscommunities@heterodoxacademy.org with questions). New Campus Community Co-Chairs are expected to be available for an online orientation meeting with HxA on Friday, Nov. 3, 2023 from 12-2pm Eastern.

CCN C3 CTA

New Applicants Apply Here by Oct. 16

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