Pennsylvania Campuses recognized at the All In Challenge Ceremony!
Posted by ALL IN Campus Democracy Challenge on November 19, 2019
At the All In Challenge Awards Ceremony this past week in DC many schools from Pennsylvania were recognized. Drexel University and Northampton Community College both earned Best in Class Awards for their Action Plans. Cheyney University earned a Best in Class Award for most improved voter rate. In addition, Valerie Smith of Swarthmore College was recognized as one of two Standout Presidents.
Also announced were the seals for campuses based on their voter participation rates in 2018. The campuses with an asterisk are current Voter Friendly Campuses. The campuses honored from Pennsylvania are:
Gold Campus Seal (40-49% voter participation rate)
Bryn Mawr College
Community College of Philadelphia
Montgomery County Community College
University of Pennsylvania*
University of Pittsburgh
West Chester University
Silver Campus Seal (30-39% voter participation rate)
California University of Pennsylvania*
Cheyney University of Pennsylvania
Clarion University of Pennsylvania
East Stroudsburg University
Northampton Community College*
Penn State University
Pennsylvania College of Technology
Slippery Rock University
Bronze Campus Seal (20-29% voter participation rate)
Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania
Franklin and Marshall College
Indiana University of Pennsylvania
Lock Haven University
Interested in learning how your campus can develop an Action Plan for student voter engagement? Plan to attend the Eastern Pennsylvania Student Voting Summit on February 22, 2020 at Penn. Note: There is an open call for proposals for the summit due December 6th.
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