Join us this March to help make your campus vote-ready for the 2022 midterm elections!

March is New Voters Project Month and we need YOU!

The 2020 election was a record-breaking success that saw youth turnout reach its highest point in years. But the increase in turnout didn’t happen on its own. Coalitions of students, campus leaders, and youth vote organizations came together to ensure that young people turned out in a big way! We are calling on everyone to help campuses keep that momentum going!

The Student PIRGs’ New Voters Project and our partners are hosting trainings, webinars, and voter mobilization challenges over the course of March to help college students get vote ready for the midterm election. RSVP today! 


Engaging Youth in the 2022 Election Panel

March 7th, 6 – 7pm ET

Thanks for joining our panel! If you missed it, check out the notes and recording here:

We are excited to be joined by the ALL IN Campus Democracy Challenge, Harvard Votes Challenge, Center for Information and Research on Civic Learning and Engagement (CIRCLE), and others to share lessons we have learned over the last couple of elections to help create student centered action plans that focus on building student leadership and promoting peer-to-peer engagement for 2022 and years to come.

Mobilizing your Student Groups for 2022 Training

March 9th, 5-6pm ET

Thanks for joining our training! If you missed it, you can watch the recording here!

Are you a student leader of a campus club, organization, or part of student government? Join us on Wednesday 3/9, 5-6pm ET, to learn about strategies to help students you work with registered and mobilized to vote in the fall semester! We cover topics like:

  • Recruiting and building a student voter engagement team 
  • Helping establish an Election Day Holiday on your campus
  • Organizing (virtual and in person) voter education events

NVP Action Hours

March 11th – March 31st

We will hold weekly trainings and actions to engage our friends, student group leaders, and faculty in our vote planning. You can join any of these Action Hours using this link. Check our our schedule below for more information:

Action Hour Schedule:

  • Voter Outreach – March 16th, 5pm ET 
    • Reach out to your fellow students to help them register and make a plan to vote. 
  • Social Media – March 23rd, 5pm ET
    • Amplify our effort online by creating posts to share on your social media accounts about why you care about voting.
  • Civic Engagement Pledges – March 30th, 5pm ET
    • Guest Trainer: Arielle Mizrahi, Florida State Coordinator, Campus Vote Project
    • Learn the best practices when outreaching to campus faculty and administrators. We will spend time outreaching to student groups, professors, and faculty to take a civic engagement pledge and help their students turn out to vote this year.



Our one-stop online resource for students facing questions about voting in the midst of COVID-19. Students are able to fill out a registration form online and get all the relevant information they need beyond simply registering to vote–knowing what’s on the ballot, what form of ID they may need, how they can vote absentee, and answers to other frequently asked questions.

New Voters Project – Project Packet

Everything you need to run a successful nonpartisan voter engagement campaign on a college campus – building a vote coalition, promoting, recruiting volunteers, working with the media, doing voter registration, getting out the vote on Election Day, and more!

Weekly team calls and office hours

We will be holding weekly team calls and office hours for all participants at the following times:

Mondays 5-6pm ET
Tuesdays 2-3pm ET

Google Meet Link Here

The National Study Of Learning, Voting, And Engagement (NSLVE) – 2020 data

The latest national NSLVE data reveals a stunning increase in student voting in the 2020 presidential election. Explore the full report for detailed insights on electoral participation by age, race, institution type, and more.

Stay Connected:

If you are interested in partnering with the New Voters Project you can contact Manny Rin ([email protected]) for more information.

The Student PIRGs voter registration and turnout effort is part of its New Voters Project campaign, one of the largest nonpartisan youth voter mobilization efforts in the country. The Student PIRGs’ New Voters Project has run peer-to-peer student voter mobilization drives to turn out the youth vote on college campuses for more than 30 years. Its philosophy is that the full participation of young people in the political process is essential to a truly representative, vibrant democracy. The New Voters Project does not endorse, either explicitly or implicitly, a political candidate or political party for elected office.