Join Student Affairs at locations across campus from Oct. 2-6 for National Voter Education Week. The campus community will have the opportunity to check voter registration status, find polling locations, understand ballots, make plans to vote in person or remotely, and inspire others to get involved. This week is all about helping voters learn about voting and overcome barriers to participating in community elections.
To encourage voter education, each week follows a theme of how to register and get prepared for upcoming elections and LMU has paired the events with a time/location on campus where the campus community can come out for free treats, register, and get help with next steps to participate in the next election in your community.
Monday, Oct. 2, from 5-9 p.m. | Hannon Grills/The Loft
Register/Check Your Voter Registration Status (Free hot dogs)
Tuesday, Oct. 3, from 9:30-12:30 p.m. | Hannon Library
Request Your Mail-In Ballot (Free bookmarks and scantrons)
Wednesday, Oct. 4, from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. | Wellness Wednesday, Regents Grass
Make a Plan to Vote (Free donuts)
Thursday, Oct. 5, 10 a.m.-1 p.m. | Founders Pavilion
Learn What’s On Your Ballot (Throw the ballot in the box)
Friday, Oct. 6, 9 a.m.-1 p.m. | In Front of Study L.A. In University Hall
Level Up Your Voter Engagement
Can’t make it to one of the tabling sessions? For many students, their first time to vote is during their time on campus. LMU partners with TurboVote to make the voting process simple. TurboVote is available to all LMU students, faculty, and staff. Sign up now to get ready to vote in the next election in your community. When you sign up with TurboVote, you’ll be able to access everything you need to:
- Register to vote;
- Request an absentee ballot;
- Subscribe to alerts for local, state and national elections.
For more information on voting or to look at upcoming elections by state, visit lmu.edu/vote.