Obligations and main activities of universities and the academic community working under them summarized in a concept known as the Tri Dharma of Higher Education. Tri Dharma PT consists of educational, research and community service activities carried out systematically and integratively to support the achievement of the vision of PT. Nonetheless in many cases of research activities and community service still get a portion minimal attention to planning activities that are less systematic and measurable. Universities and the academic community under them seem to carry out research and research activities devotion alone, less supportive of learning and regardless of context problems that people face on a daily basis. To overcome this problem, the Ministry of Research and Technology and Higher Education, now the Ministry of Education and Culture and Research and Technology, which later adopted by Udayana University in the form of Unud Chancellor Regulation No. 3 of 2019 demanding minimum standard of research which includes standard of results, content, process, assessment, infrastructure, research funding and management. Likewise with the required devotion meet the standards of results, content, process, service, assessment, facilities and infrastructure, financing and management. To carry out compliance with standards both research and service, long-term planning is needed that gives a big picture of the expected outputs and processes from research and service carried out by the academic community. At the Unud level, the 2017-2021 Research Master Plan (RIP) and Strategic Community Service 2017-2021. These two documents are expected to be guidelines for the implementation of research and community service by the academic community Udayana University.