NAVIGATE THE COALITION
The Students Learn Students Vote (SLSV) Coalition is the national hub and largest nonpartisan network in the United States dedicated to increasing college student voter participation. We convene and connect partners, campuses, and students with each other and with resources and programming – all towards achieving our vision of ensuring every student has easy and equal access to participate in every election.
Whether you are just getting started in nonpartisan student democratic engagement or you are a veteran student voting partner, use these navigation tools to take your work to the next level. Here you can navigate Coalition partners and partner-created resources, and find tailored next steps using our #StudentVote Starter Packs.
Are you new to the #StudentVote world? Are you looking to take your #StudentVote work to the next level? Visit our #StudentVote Starter Packs to navigate recommendations based on common questions and concerns that come up from different types of partners.#StudentVote Starter Packs
DECODE THE #STUDENTVOTE
The Decode the #StudentVote Graphics help demystify the national nonpartisan student democratic engagement space! The graphics explain what commonly used acronyms stand for, illustrate how organizations collaborate, and demonstrate how organizations interact with campuses. Use the PDF version to access hyperlinks and/or print the graphics out.SLSV Coalition Explainer Graphics
CONNECT WITH PARTNERS
Are you looking for partners to connect with to further your #StudentVote work? Visit our Partner Directory to search for, learn about, and contact SLSV Coalition partners.Partner Directory
DISCOVER NEW RESOURCES
Are you looking for toolkits, publications, or other resources to guide campus action planning or democratic engagement efforts? Visit our Resource Library to search for resources to help you with all of your #StudentVote work.Resource Library
SLSV Coalition partners commit to promoting the SLSV Checklist, a four step process for institutionalizing student voting engagement for the long-term. We start with a simple premise grounded in trust instead of transactional in nature: local leaders who know their campus best, who are committed to their specific place, and who have access to local social networks are best positioned and most culturally equipped to drive dramatic and sustainable increases in voter participation, learning, and growth over time. Check out the SLSV Checklist to learn about the four elements of the institutionalizing student democratic engagement: lead, engage, assess & plan.