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UMGC Student Voting

Find information on voting, registration, and other election-related information.

As a civic duty and right to those who are eligible, voting is an important role for citizens to participate in to elect officials who represent their values. Voting is a crucial element to the democratic process on the local, state, and federal level. At UMGC, we support our students through providing information and tools to help them fulfill their civic duty of voting. 

Voter Registration and Voting Opportunities

As a Maryland or out-of-state resident, you can learn more about the voting options available to you both online and in person. 

Maryland Voters

Voter Registration Process and Deadlines

Frequently Asked Questions(FAQ)

Requesting and Returning a Mail-in-Ballot  

Find out more information about mail-in Voting for the 2022 Election

Frequently Asked Questions(FAQ)

In-Person Voting: Locations and Dates for Early and Election-Day Voting

Frequently Asked Questions(FAQ)

Maryland State Board Student Voters

Access the Maryland State Board of Election's webpage on Student Voters. 

Out-of-state Voters 

Voter Registration Process and Deadlines

Frequently Asked Questions(FAQ)

Requesting and Returning a Ballot by Mail 

Frequently Asked Questions(FAQ)

Locations and Dates for Early and Election-Day Voting

Frequently Asked Questions(FAQ)

Voter Registration at Early Voting Centers 

Find your state’s early voter registration deadlines

Voter Registration Materials on Campus 

Voter registration materials will be provided at central locations and high–traffic areas on UMGC campus locations. 

Specific locations will be listed here once in-person courses resume on campus. 

Collaboration with Local Board 

If requested by the local board, UMGC will provide the following: 

  1. The placement of an early voting center or precinct polling place on campus 
  2. Parking 
  3. Campaign signs 
  4. Voter access to campus without identification 
  5. Polling place space requirements in compliance with state board regulations 
  6. Public education campaign 
  7. Ballot drop box sitting 
  8. Any other factors relating to the conduct of an election 

If/when this request is made, details regarding the above information will be posted here and in other relevant locations on the UMGC website and campus locations. 

Voting Accessibility and Reasonable Accommodations 

Maryland is committed to making voting accessible to all voters. Learn more information about access by voters with disabilities

Student Voting Organizations 

UMGC does not currently have any Student Voting-related organizations. 

If you are a current UMGC student and interested in starting a Student Voting organization, you can submit a request through the New Student Organization Request Form. The link to it along with other information on student organizations is found in the Student Organization Guide

Other Activities 

Any activities that promote student participation in civic affairs and the election process that are deemed appropriate by UMGC will be posted here. 

Please revisit this page for future opportunities. 

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