Engaging Your Campus in the Elections: Seven Key Ways
Posted by Campus Election Engagement Project on February 21, 2016
ENGAGING YOUR CAMPUS IN THE ELECTIONS:
Seven Key Ways to Act
How do we engage America’s 20 million students in our nation’s elections?
The Campus Election Engagement Project works with campus administrators, faculty, staff, and student leaders, providing the support needed to engage their students in local, state and federal elections. We combine resources drawn from colleges and universities throughout the country with personalized coaching: guiding campuses on how to use these resources to navigate students through ever-changing barriers to voting.
What makes our approach effective?
Student voting doesn’t just happen. It takes cultivation. We’ve developed seven key areas of electoral engagement to create a road map for increasing your level of success, areas that complement each other as you effectively engage your campus. You don’t have to do everything on this list to make a major difference, but it’s crucial to address all seven areas — choosing approaches that fit your campus best. The earlier you start the better, particularly for approaches that take significant institutional planning.
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