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Kyle Emile (center left, wearing black shirt), founder of the national Free Intelligent Conversation initiative, visited with College of Arts and Sciences Dean John A. Pelesko (center right), UD Communication Professor Lindsay Hoffman, Ph.D. (left of Emile), and University of Delaware students during a visit to UD in October 2019.
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To learn more, visit the University of Delaware's Civic Engagement web page, published by the Office of Student Life. Also read about UD's national recognition for student voter rates in 2018, including a Gold Seal.
The United States has seen a historic rise in voter engagement among 18- to 29-year-olds since 2014, but many young first-time voters may lack access to information about how and where to vote in official elections.
Despite the challenges, University of Delaware students increased their voter registration rate by nearly 27% between 2014 and 2018. In 2020, UD ranked 12th out of 157 schools in Washington Monthly’s 2020 Best Colleges for Student Voting Honor Roll. To learn more, read UD student voters earn national recognition.
UD is committed to helping students make their voices heard. To support UD's commitment to support voter engagement and civic life, the Office of Student Life offers a list of events and resources to students on its Civic Engagement web page:
How to use Turbovote: The University of Delaware has partnered with TurboVote, a website that allows you to register to vote and sign up for voting reminders instantly. Many students have already done so, why not join them? Don't miss out on the next election, sign up today using our link, udel.turbovote.org