Compass 2 Campus

C2C’s mission is to increase access to higher education for students in Whatcom and Skagit counties who have been historically excluded from higher education by providing low-income and Black, Indigenous, and students of color with trained college student mentors. 


All majors are encouraged to register for our service-learning course! Become a mentor and role model to 5th-12th grade students. Find out how you can make a difference in the lives of local youth - while earning college credit!

C2C 201 (3-credits), C2C 202 (3-credits) and C2C 203 (5-credit BCGM GUR)


Since Compass 2 Campus was founded in 2009, 5,833 mentors have provided 243,885 hours of mentoring to low-income and historically excluded 5th-12th grade students in 40 Whatcom and Skagit County schools and programs. 

Hours of Mentoring




Schools & Programs



Compass 2 Campus is the mentoring program at WWU. It is designed to increase opportunities toward higher education by providing mentoring for 5th-12th grade students from traditionally underrepresented and diverse backgrounds in Whatcom and Skagit counties.