Your voice, your vote.
Voting is an important part of being a responsible citizen. Whether you’re close to home or far away, you can use your voice to make a positive impact.
Did you know can register to vote and/or request an absentee/early ballot for all 50 States? Learn more about absentee voting here. Additional information and to sign up for reminders, visit TurboVote.
Please be mindful that States have varied deadlines to register and request absentee/early ballots. Check voter deadlines in your state. States require advanced notice, often weeks in advance, whether to vote absentee in your home state or to change voter registration to Nebraska.
Below, hear from our students (left) and faculty and staff (right) about the importance of voter registration and education.
Students living on campus are able to request proof of residency by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
For additional information and resources, please consider the following sites:
- United States Conference of Catholic Bishops’ “Forming Consciences for Faithful Citizenship”
- Voting While Studying Abroad
No matter your viewpoint, please take the time to educate yourself on the issues, register to vote and make it a priority to vote.
Contemplation and Political Action: An Ignatian Guide to Civic Engagement
This guide considers the pressing national issues before us using the Universal Apostolic Preferences (UAPs) as the horizon and Ignatian Spirituality/Discernment as the methodology. It also reflects on signs of the times that cannot be ignored such as the COVID-19 pandemic and systemic racism.
Coping With Emotions During Election Season
The stressors of our current political climate can be overwhelming. Learn more about managing your emotions during election season with some tips from Student Counseling Services!