Get Involved

Help us improve higher education by getting involved in our work. By engaging with the Martin Center, you鈥檙e transforming the beliefs you hold dear into actions that renew and fulfill the promise of higher education. We can鈥檛 do it without you!

Visit our library. The Martin Center has an expanding collection of works on higher education in our library. Available to the public by appointment.

Submit an article. The Martin Center publishes more than 150 articles per year by professors, administrators, reporters, and independent scholars. We are happy to accept your submissions.

Apply for an internship. The Martin Center offers research and marketing internships during spring, summer, and fall.聽 Our interns write articles, assist Martin Center experts with research tasks, and learn about public policy reform.聽

Request a speaker Martin Center experts are available to speak in person or virtually on a variety of higher education issues: academics, athletics, college costs, governance, innovation, politicization, and more.

Subscribe. The Martin Center publishes three weekly newsletters for local and national audiences. Clarion Call, Carolina Cardinal, and Spotlight will keep you up to date on the latest higher education news.聽

Watch. One of our newest projects is the 鈥淗igher Education Moment鈥 video series. In this series, we explore why higher education reform is needed. Our also features archived events and webinars.

Donate. Your gift will help us restore the promise of higher education. Give online here.

Sponsor a newsletter. Martin Center newsletters reach thousands of engaged citizens in North Carolina and around the country. Find out how your business can sponsor a newsletter here.

Find a college. An education in Great Ideas is still possible. We found 48 programs across the country where students still read the great books of Western Civilization鈥攖imeless works that address the fundamental questions of the human condition.

Advocate for change. Check out our Citizen鈥檚 Toolkit for Higher Education Reform.