Voter Engagement at the University of Baltimore
Find your Maryland Ballot Drop-off locations.
Next General Election:
Nov. 3, 2020
Early Voting Period
- Primary Election - Thursday, May 21, 2020 through Thursday, May 28, 2020 from 10 am until 8 pm.
- General Election - Thursday, October 22, 2020 through Thursday, October 29, 2020 from 8 am until 8 pm.
Did you miss the voter registration deadline?
You can still vote! Early voting now allows individuals who are eligible but not yet registered to register and vote.
To learn more about polling locations, identification needed to register and more, visit My Vote Everywhere.
Are you a faculty member? Check out studentsvote220 to see how faculty can help increase student voter participation.
- UB Voices, UB Love: an Open Discussion on the Impacts of Covid-19 and the 2020 Election (Nov. 11 at 12:30pm): Join us as we offer a space for students to share their thoughts, feelings and experiences from the 2020 election cycle and the impacts of COVID-19. Because of limited space, this moderated event will be limited to UB Students. For more information regarding the event please contact the Office of Student Support at 410-837-4755 or by emailing email@example.com.
- My Vote Everywhere: A comprehensive site where you can track your ballot and access important links and resources as you count down toward the election.
- Beyond Voting: Ideas for civic participation after the election, including information about how to evaluate media sources and confront misinformation.
- How to Respond to Election Stress.
- Student Assistance Program: We know you might need someone to talk to, and the Student Assistance Program provides support for UB students 24/7
- Link to Maryland State Board of Elections: Find out about early voting, frequently asked questions, and voter services.
Link to ACLU – Know Your Voting Rights: Find out what to do if you are uncertain about your rights, if someone is interfering with your right to vote, or if you encounter any difficulties voting.
Civic and democratic engagement are central to the mission of higher education and the values of the University of Baltimore. While these types of engagement embody a wide variety of activities, participation in local, state, and federal elections is a real and tangible way for our students, staff and faculty to affect our community. The Rosenberg Center for Student Engagement and Inclusion is committed to ensuring that the UB community always has access to resources and information to be fully prepared to take part in the democratic process.
"Democracy cannot succeed unless those who express their choice are prepared to choose wisely. The real safeguard of democracy, therefore, is education."
-Franklin D. Roosevelt
Whether you are brand new to voting or an experienced voter, you can learn more about the voting process and resources available to you here. Finally, please note that all of the resources on this page are provided by nonpartisan entities.
The University of Baltimore is the only campus in the nation to receive the gold seal award from the ALL IN Campus Democracy Challenge, for its 70.9 percent voter participation rate.
UB also received the platinum seal on Nov. 13, 2019 for its 59.1% 2018 midterm voting rate. UB was recognized as "best in class" for having the highest voting participation rate among medium, public, four-year institutions, nationwide.
The University of Baltimore proudly partners with the following organizations:
- The National Study of Learning, Voting, and Engagement (NSLVE)
- ALL IN Campus Democracy Challenge
- Voter Friendly Campus
- The Andrew Goodman Foundation
- NASPA Lead Initiative of Civic Learning and Democratic Engagement
- Baltimore Collegetown Campus Voting Community of Practice Member