Public Statement Examples

By signing on to the ALL IN Higher Education Presidents’ Commitment to Full Student Voter Participation, college and university leaders are asked to make visible and public their commitment to nonpartisan electoral engagement on their campus. In an effort to share such statements, the ALL IN team has compiled a variety of examples.

2023 & 2024 Examples

Johns Hopkins University (MD)

Since 2021, Johns Hopkins has hosted “Democracy Day” for our incoming first-year students as part of new student orientation. This event gives them a chance to think critically and deeply about why democracy matters and what challenges it faces.

— Ron Daniels, President, Johns Hopkins University

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University of St. Thomas (MN)

University of St. Thomas President Rob Vischer gave the following remarks to attendees of the “Symposium on Voting Rights: Our Past, Our Present, Our Future” that was held on the St. Thomas campus on Feb. 1, kicking off Black History Month.

— Rob Vischer, President, St. Thomas University (MN)

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Loyola University Maryland

During National Voter Registration Day on Sept. 19, 2023, Loyola University Maryland President Terrence M. Sawyer, J.D., joined more than 450 college presidents and chancellors in committing to boosting student voter registration and participation in all elections through the ALL IN Campus Democracy Challenge.

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Videos to Campuses

James Madison University (VA)

Hamline University (MN)

Lehigh University (PA)

Grand Valley State University (MI)

Denison (OH)

Amherst College (MA)


Voting Posts from Main Campus Accounts

Linfield University (OR)


Campus Communications, Op-eds, and Press