Faculty Guide to Student Voting in Your Classroom


Set aside time to discuss civic learning and democratic engagement in your classroom. When faculty connect elections and voting directly to policies that intersect with course content, it provides the additional “why” we vote.

Voting Modules

Visit the link above for resources that incorporate nonpartisan voter engagement directly into your curriculum.

Why Vote

Visit the link above for background readings about why student voting matters.

Local Elections

Visit the link above for an educational guide on how non-presidential races and election years have an outsized impact on local issues.


Policy Connection

Visit the link above for discussion questions and resources on how voting and policy issues are connected with all academic disciplines. 

Address Racism

Visit the link above for an anti-racist framework to use when talking about voting.

Voting Rates

Visit the link above to find the student registration and voting rates on your campus.

RESOURCE HIGHLIGHT: Detecting Disinformation

Learning to identify disinformation is a critical skill for engaging in our democracy. This guide from Civic Influencers provides steps on how individuals can spot misleading content, and additional resources to improve news literacy.