Montana Campus Compact worked with 17 campuses with a combined total enrollment of 46,700 students. Part-time outreach staffer Sarah Darling, a higher education graduate student hired with CEEP resources, worked with campus groups to help more than 11,000 Montana college students register and participate in early voting, and more to show up in November. Darling provided coaching to campuses for a variety of events, distributed a survey on election-related participation and an Election Engagement Tool Kit, and dispersed campus mini-grants.Individual highlights: For two weeks, free shuttles transported University of Montana students to the Missoula County Fairgrounds to vote. Montana Compact focused particularly with the state’s largest institutions—University of Montana, Montana State University, and Montana Tech—but also provided active support and funding to smaller schools. For example, the Native American colleges Blackfeet Community College and Little Big Horn College used CEEP mini-grant funding to hold traditional tribal feasts as part of getting students out to the polls on Election Day. Montana Compact had been struggling to build relationships with these two schools, so this was a significant step forward. Montana Compact also worked with other community colleges serving large Native American populations, like Flathead Community College, and helped Montana realize a record turnout of Native American voters.