VCU and VCUHS Community-Engaged Partnership Database

The VCU & VCUHS Community-Engaged Partnership Database is a collaborative effort between VCU’s Center for Urban Communities, Division of Community Engagement, and Office of Planning and Decision Support, and the VCUHS Division of Health Impact.

For assistance in understanding or communicating about the Partnership Database, please refer to our Partnership Database introduction.

For assistance in navigating the Partnership Database, please refer to our Partnership Database tutorial.

Partnership Database is still being improved. Development is continuing in these phases:

  • Phase 1 (pilot - completed) - The partnership map is available for public viewing.
  • Phase 2 (launched and ongoing) - Adding and updating information for VCUHS and VCU Health Science Schools’ partnerships.
  • Phase 3 (Spring 2019) - Adding and updating information for Monroe Park partnerships.
  • Phase 4 (Fall 2019) - The Partnership Database, with increased reporting and search functionality, will be available for public use.

Community engagement is happening in Richmond and beyond. Tell the story of your community engagement with our database and map.


Audience Benefit
VCU Leadership
  • Quick view of VCU’s current community engagement
  • Showcase VCU’s involvement in local landscapePrivacy Practices
  • Identify areas of opportunity
  • Ease the coordination and facilitation of strategic efforts
  • Promote VCU’s profile as an engaged institution that attracts strong students, faculty, and team members
  • Leverage data for strategic messaging and communication
VCU Departments and Units
  • Easily collect and share all of your community-engaged partnership information in one place
  • Customizable reporting of community engagement
  • Identify areas of shared interests and opportunities at VCU and beyond
  • Strengthen and support grant requests, annual reports, accreditations, and recognitions
  • Leverage data to create an environment that supports and showcases student and faculty success
VCU faculty, staff, and team members
  • Connect with and learn from others doing similar work at VCU and beyond
  • Support critical community needs
  • Strengthen and support grant requests, annual reports, accreditations, and recognitions
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