We are pleased to offer these resources to support active civic engagement among UVM students. Leadership & Civic Engagement Programs is committed to register all eligible persons to vote and support engagement among all students regardless of political beliefs or affiliation.
Three Steps to Voting
STEP 1: Register to Vote!
Find LCE at Activities Fest, at the Davis Center on September 7th or you can register right here! Some states require you to print your registration form; others allow for fully online registration.
The deadline for registering to vote in Vermont is 5:00PM on the Wednesday preceding the election. For more information about Elections in Vermont, check out Vermont Elections.Org
Don't know whether you're registered or not? Easy -
STEP 2: Plan Your Vote
Check to be sure you are registered to vote:
visit the City of Burlington Clerk's Office website.
Other areas of Vermont:
Check out the My Voter Page from the Vermont Secretary of State’s Website.
Check out the information at Long Distance Voter
Where will you vote? In person or by absentee ballot?
Where to vote in Burlington:
See the City of Burlington Clerk’s Office Website for a list of polling places.
Where to vote in Vermont:
Check out My Voter Page from the Vermont Secretary of State’s Website.
Absentee Ballots, all states:
Check out the Election Center from our friends at Rock the Vote for information about registration deadlines and absentee ballots in all 50 states.
STEP 3: Educate Yourself
Learn more about the issues and positions of candidates with these nonpartisan resources:
FactCheck.Org, a project of the Annenberg Public Policy Center of the University of Pennsylvania.
- Student Voting Rights - Info from the Brennan Center for Justice at NYU School of Law
- Resources from the National Center for Transgender Equality on Voting - resources from the National Center for Transgender Equality.