Civic Engagement @ UNF
The Center for Community-Based Learning promotes the personal development of students and employees through engaged citizenship and democratic participation. The Center provides educational programs and initiatives with students and campus partners to aid these parties in developing skills and knowledge to be active members in their communities. At the most basic level, the Center wants people to know how to participate in democratic processes through accessing information that will help inform and better prepare them to be citizens. The following questions, information, and dates are collected to provide people with a one-stop shop for democratic participation.
If you are looking for reminders and friendly nudges about these dates, visit and sign up at studentvote.com.
Student Voting Bill of Rights
Things to consider when voting:
Think about what is important to you. It might help to make a list of the Top 10 issues that might affect your voting;
Consider the candidates you are voting for, will they address your priorities?
If you are on the fence, it's always helpful to watch a debate, if available. Primary sources are always the best.
UNF Administrative Leave Policy for Voting
Campus Election Engagement Project has many resources for faculty members from mechanics of elections processes to conducting difficult dialogues in the classroom setting.
The series of resources can be used in and adapted to all learning modalities (in-person, hybrid, remote learning, distance learning).
Faculty Resources from Campus Election Engagement Project