Partner Highlight: Nicolette Ardiente (Asian Texans for Justice)

This May, in honor of AAPI Heritage Month, the SLSV Coalition caught up with Nicolette Ardiente from the incredible Asian Texans for Justice organization. ATJ serves the more than 1.9 million AAPI community members in Texas and Nicolette leads their community engagement work. Read on to learn a little more about what she’s up to […]

Partner Highlight: Raaheela Ahmed (Campus Vote Project)

The Students Learn Students Vote Coalition is lucky to have incredible partners carrying the #StudentVote movement forward. We are the largest national nonpartisan network dedicated to increasing the college student vote, and we’ll be uplifting someone each month that makes our Coalition so unique.  This April, we want you to meet Raaheela Ahmed – Deputy […]

National Voting Coalition Announces Collective Goals for the Coming Year

The Students Learn Students Vote (SLSV) Coalition, the nationwide nonpartisan network dedicated to growing college student voter turnout, released today Coalition-wide goals for 2023 that lay out a unified set of objectives and priorities for the more than 400 national, state, and local Coalition partners who work with nearly 2000 college campuses in all 50 […]

National Voting Coalition Recognizes 2022 Awardees For Extraordinary Efforts In Student Nonpartisan Democratic Engagement

The Students Learn Students Vote Coalition recognizes 11 organizations, campuses, and election offices at annual gathering that featured two high-ranking Biden-Harris Administration officials.  Young and college student voters showed up in force in 2022, which saw one of the highest youth voter turnout rates ever in a midterm election, according to Tufts University’s Center for […]

National Voting Coalition Launches 2022 National Voter Education Week Campaign

WASHINGTON — The Students Learn Students Vote (“SLSV”) Coalition is proud to launch its 2022 celebration of National Voter Education Week (“NVEW”), an open-source campaign to help voters bridge the gap between registering to vote and actually casting a ballot, and combat misinformation and disinformation by ensuring communities have access to accurate election information from […]

Ask Every Student Announces 2022 Toolkit

New set of innovative resources will support campus efforts to achieve 100% student voter registration WASHINGTON — Ask Every Student (“AES”), the national initiative that supports college and university efforts to ask every student to register to vote, released today its 2022 Toolkit, a groundbreaking set of nonpartisan strategies, tools, and tactics tailored to help […]

Youth Voting Rights Advocates Praise Introduction of Youth Voting Rights Act

WASHINGTON — Today, U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren and U.S. Representative Nikema Williams (GA-05) introduced the Youth Voting Rights Act, which includes major legislative proposals that would significantly expand registration and voting access for college students and other young people.  Students today face unique and difficult barriers to registration and voting, due to limited access, opportunities, […]

National Voting Coalition Praises Administration for Supporting the Critical Role of Colleges & Universities in Encouraging the Student Vote

The Students Learn Students Vote (SLSV) Coalition praises the Biden-Harris Administration and the Department of Education for releasing a Dear Colleague letter, sent today to colleges and universities throughout the US, reminding postsecondary institutions of their civic engagement requirements in the Higher Education Act of 1965 and highlighting opportunities and resources to promote civic engagement […]

National Voting Coalition Announces Launch of Student Vote Research Network

The Students Learn Students Vote (“SLSV”) Coalition, in collaboration with the ALL IN Campus Democracy Challenge (“ALL IN”), Fair Election Center’s Campus Vote Project (“CVP”), Scholar Strategy Network and the Analyst Institute, announced today the launch of the Student Vote Research Network (“SVRN”), an inclusive, collaborative space for scholars, students, advocacy organizations and community practitioners […]