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Voter Friendly Campus Designation

2016-2018 Voter Friendly Campus Designation 

Welcome to the Voter-Friendly Campus Designation page dedicated to supporting and hosting resources for schools going through the Voter-Friendly Campus Designation process. If you are not a voter-friendly campus designee, email [email protected] to find out how you can be involved in the future!

Phase 3: Campus Plan Reviews due January 27th!  Submit your plan here

We require Voter-Friendly Campus Designees to complete a campus plan detailing how they plan to carry out democratic engagement work on their campus this year. In order to assist you in that process, we have put together a collection of resources.

A strong campus plan will include but is not limited to

  • Overview: Why your school is interested in the designation and the top three goals for democratic engagement during the fall semester.
  • Coalition: Who is on your coalition and why they are key to your democratic engagement work.
    • A well-rounded coalition will include students, faculty, administrators, and election partners.
  • Description of your work: What will you be doing in the fall and how will you be doing it. Make sure to try and include all 4 buckets:
    • Voter Registration
    • Voter Education
    • Ballot Access
    • Voter Turnout (GOTV)
  • Timeline: When will you be carrying this work out on your campus including dates and resources that would be helpful to complete that work (i.e. palm cards, posters, student guides, etc.)
  • Success: What does success look like for your campus? How do we measure our efforts?

The following are documents designed to help you formulate your campus plans

NASPA is proud to partner with the Campus Vote Project to offer this opportunity to institutions interested in engaging students, faculty, administration, and community partners in the democratic process.  This program is endorsed by our colleagues at the American Democracy ProjectThe Democracy Commitment, and Young Invincibles.