The last day to register to vote is Monday (Oct. 5).
Want to be heard in the November election? Then vote.
Luckily there are two voting locations right here on campus. Early voting will be available in the Robert H. Ewalt Student Recreation Center and Election Day voting will take place in the University Library's Croslin Room.
Voters are encouraged to participate in early voting or arrive early on Election Day to avoid long lines that tend to form later in the day.
A current driver's license or other form of identification is required to vote, and you must be registered to vote. The last day to register is Monday (Oct. 5).
Students who are attending college in a different county than their primary residence can vote early by mail. To request an early voting ballot, fill out an early voting ballot request application (PDF) and address it to the Early Voting Clerk in the primary residence county. Applications to vote by mail must be submitted by mail, email, common or contract carrier, or fax, if a fax machine is available in the office of the early voting clerk. All applications to vote by mail must be received by the early voting clerk by noon Oct. 23. The Early Voting Clerk must receive the marked ballot by 7 p.m. on Election Day.
Visit votetexas.gov for more information on registration, early voting, additional polling locations and more.
Early voting runs daily from Oct. 13-30 at the Rec Center. Registered voters may cast their ballots between 8 a.m. and 8 p.m. Monday-Saturday or from 1-6 p.m. Sunday. Masks are required inside the Rec Center, and social distancing will be facilitated.
Voters should check-in at the north entrance to the Rec Center, and they will be directed to the voting area on the south end of the building.
Registered voters may cast their ballots between 7 a.m. and 7 p.m. Nov. 3 in the University Library's Croslin Room. Masks are required inside the Library, and social distancing will be facilitated inside and outside the building.
Voters will enter and exit the east side of the Library, which faces the Student Union Building, using the south doors; all other Library visitors and employees should use the north doors on the east side to enter and exit in order to avoid crowd congestion.