Voting Guide

What you need to know

Mark your calendar

This year, voters will be casting ballots on the local, state and national level, so be sure to be prepared for 2020. 

College students may register to vote at one of two places:

  1. The address where they live while attending school
  2. The address where they live while not attending school

The 2020 Voter Information Guide contains detailed information on voting. Some key dates for Indiana are:

  • June 16, 2020: Voter registration for the general election opens
  • October 5, 2020: Voter registration for the general election ends
  • October 6 - November 2 at noon: Early voting
  • October 22, 2020: Deadline to request absentee ballot
  • November 3, 2020: General Election Day

Ways to be civically engaged

More than just voting

We encourage everyone in the IUPUI community to be active citizens. Beyond voting, learn about issues and advocate for policies.

IUPUI student voting in 2018

25.3 %increase from student voting in 2014

52.6 %of registered students voted

32.3 %of students between 18 and 21 voted

72.9 %of students were registered

26.4 %more women voted than in 2014

23.9 %more men voted than in 2014

42.4 %of Black students voted

36.1 %of Hispanic students voted

24/24student fields of study increased in voting from 2014

See more information about IUPUI student voting in the 2014/2018 and 2012/2016National Study of Learning, Voting and Engagement reports