The mission of Campus Election EngagementProject (CEEP) is to help America’s collegesand universities engage students in federal,state and local elections, creating a pattern oflife-long civic and voting participation.
Working to help America’s 20 million college and university students vote, Campus Election Engagement Project (CEEP) assists administrators, faculty, staff and Student Leaders to engage students in federal, state and local elections. Student voting promotes a more equitable and inclusive democracy and addresses past and present disenfranchisement.CEEP’s national nonpartisan efforts combine our powerful resources with personalized coaching. Schools use CEEP resources to help students register to vote, navigate challenging voting laws, learn about issues and candidates, volunteer in elections and show up at the polls, whether virtually or in person.Individuals who vote when they’re young tend to continue voting. As CEEP guides schools to deepen their election engagement each cycle, we generate both immediate and long-term impact.In 2020, CEEP partnered with over 600 institutions with a combined enrollment of 6.4 million students and support 352 student Election Engagement Fellows. CEEP continues to create nonpartisan educational materials, including candidate guides, state voting guides, promising practice models and video guides to voting by mail. To learn more, read our Executive Summary, or more detailed 2020 Report.