Campus Election Engagement Project (CEEP) is a nonpartisan project that helps America's colleges and universities get as many of their 20 million students as possible to register, volunteer in campaigns, educate themselves, and turn out at the polls. Focusing on administrators, faculty, and staff, and ways they can help engage their students, we worked with 500 schools in 2008 and over 750 in 2012!
CIRCLE Announces The National Study of Learning, Voting, and Engagement (NSLVE)!
Want evidence your campus went out to the polls? Read more and sign up below!
Our national partner, the Center for Information and Civic Research on Civic Learning and Engagement (CIRCLE), is able to match up individual campus student enrollments with voting records from 2012. They opened this national research study to all of our participating campuses at no charge. To learn more about NSLVE click here and to download the authorization form to participate click here.
Five Campuses Earn CEEP-Virginia's 2012 Democracy Cup!
Photo by Jeff South
Within Virginia higher education, the following four campuses rose to the top: Mary Baldwin College, George Mason University, Virginia Commonwealth University and Virginia Wesleyan College. These outstanding campuses, in addition to the Honorable Mention of the College of William & Mary, received the Democracy Cup Award during the Active Citizens Conference in Williamsburg on February 16, 2013. Click here to read more about these campus's election engagement work and learn more about CEEP-VA's April 19th statewide meeting at George Mason University.