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Voter Friendly Campus

March 14, 2024

Due to the amazing work of Student Life & Leadership’s Civic Engagement Working Group, led by Natasha Young, with collaboration from the Promote Democracy Coalition, UNC-Chapel Hill has earned national recognition as a “voter friendly” campus by the ALL IN Campus Democracy Challenge. Additionally, their efforts earned the Highly Established Action Plan Seal of recognition. This distinction recognizes “higher education institutions with strong action plans to increase nonpartisan democratic engagement by promoting civic learning, political engagement, and college student voter participation.”1

The Union would like to extend a sincere thank you and congratulations to Natasha Young, Jordan Davis, Kayla Cooper, Gared Wong, the Civic Engagement Working Group, and Promote Democracy Coalition for all they’ve accomplished in making UNC-Chapel Hill a pillar of nonpartisan democratic engagement and a beacon of civic responsibility within the higher education landscape. Their dedication, leadership, and collaborative efforts have not only earned national recognition but have also fostered a culture of active citizenship and civic participation on campus and beyond.


Photo Credit - Jon Gardiner/UNC-Chapel Hill

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