More than a voter engagement initiative — it is a call to action. Towson University is a community that votes.
TU Votes is the official voter registration and engagement initiative at Towson University, seeking to foster a culture of engaged voters among our students, faculty and staff. Learn more on this page about how you can get involved, from voter registration, education and turnout, to making ure our community's voices are heard on Election Day and every day in between.
Whether you live close to campus or in your home town, use the resources below to get registered to vote or update your voter registration information, confirm your voting plans, and get the information you need to submit your ballot with confidence. If you have any questions or need any assistance, please email tuvotes AT_TOWSON.
Sign up with TU's TurboVote tool to get help to register to vote through your state's board of elections website, request a mail-in/absentee ballot, change your registration address or party affiliation, and receive reminders about upcoming elections.
Please make sure to follow the directions and complete the process entirely to ensure that all relevant forms are filled out properly.
We are a proud Vote Everywhere campus partner with the Andrew Goodman Foundation, and join them in their mission of making young voices and votes a powerful force in democracy.
Visit Towson University’s my.VoteEverywhere portal for more information and resources.
Are you or your student organization interested in getting involved with the TU Votes initiative?
If so, fill out this brief application, and a member of our team will reach out to you for next steps and upcoming opportunities to volunteer.
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This space is open to TU students, faculty and staff. Please use your Towson University email address when registering.
In 30 states and the District of Columbia, any voter can request a mail-in (or absentee) ballot, for any reason—and every state allows commuters, college students, and others with valid reasons to vote absentee. Please sign up to learn more about your state’s rules.