On Tuesday, November 4th, from 3:00-6:00pm, we will be working with the Glen Haven community center to support their mission of creating a safe, welcoming, and inclusive environment for immigrant and refugee youth by organizing fun and educational after school activities.Please meet in the Office of Leadership and Service Learning, EUC 217, at 2:30pm to travel to the Glen Haven community center. Transportation is provided by OLSL. Please register here.
Walk to the polls with other UNCG Students! October 29 at 4:00pm, Meet at the Boxwood Inn (110 S Mendenhall St) and walk to the Board of Elections downtown. All are welcome! For more info: walktopollsflyer
UNCG Library Voter Guide
Links to check your voter status, read candidate guides and review issues and statistics
Voting in North Carolina (PDF)
How to vote by mail – Absentee voting:
NC Absentee Ballot Reuest Form:
2104 NC Voter Guides by County:
Summary of new election laws
Guilford County Board of Elections
Voter information, candidates list, sample ballots and more
Guilford County Early Voting Schedule and Map
NC Comprehensive Online Voter Guide
Enter your zip code and it will create your ballot
The League of Women Voters
Provides information on getting involved in the democratic process at the federal, state and local levels
Election engagement sites with registration and voter information, maps, widgets, webinars and more
Campus Vote Project
A project of the Fair Elections Legal Network
Offers voter engagement ideas as well as hot-topics blogs related to the election in a higher education setting
National Voter Registration Day
Register to vote online, voting resources
North Carolina Student Voting Guide
NC Polling Place Locator
Project Vote Smart
Covers candidates and elected officials in five basic categories: biographical information, issue positions, voting records, campaign finances and interest group ratings
Wondering if a candidate is spreading truth or lies? Find out from PolitiFact.
Rock the Vote
Offers information for young people about registering to vote and casting a ballot
Standing up for young Americans
Democracy North Carolina
Election-related information resources
Our 11th annual Volunteer and Service-Learning Fair provided over 300 students an opportunity to talk with approximately 50 community partners about opportunities to serve in the Greensboro community. If you missed the event, it’s not to late to become engaged beyond the walls of UNCG. Check out OLSL’s “MyService Database” to connect with local organizations.
Check out OLSL’s new Democratic Engagement page! It is packed full of information in regards to being an engaged citizen in your community! Click here to see it!
Click here to take the Engaged Citizen Quiz!