The ALL IN Campus Democracy Challenge empowers colleges and universities to achieve excellence in student democratic engagement.
The ALL IN Challenge is staying up-to-date on how the spread of the coronavirus is impacting individuals and campuses around our nation and the globe. We’re thinking creatively to keep higher education stakeholders and voters informed about how to stay safe, while also working to ensure everyone can continue to fully participate in our democracy.
We’re sharing COVID-19 resources here.
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"By joining the ALL IN Campus Democracy Challenge, we are encouraging our students to use their voices in the electoral process. But even more, we hope that during their years in college, they will cultivate a practice of being engaged in their communities and beyond, so that once they graduate they will be lifelong responsible citizens."
"Working on the challenge has encouraged us to collaborate more closely with peers on campus to encourage voter registration and turnout out, as well as voter education. I appreciate that push."
"Being part of the ALL IN Challenge motivated us to become more strategic in our civic engagement efforts and include more people from across the campus in a team that now meets regularly to support and promote civic engagement activities at UMSL."
"The ALL IN Challenge gave us a reason to coordinate around campus, to think more deliberately about the many voting-related programs and activities, and develop an integrated plan."
"Among the many things colleges and universities do, perhaps the most important is preparing our students to take their places as thoughtful, informed, questioning participants in our democracy. What the ALL IN Challenge will do is help ensure civic engagement is a meaningful and permanent part of our campus culture."