Democracy at Drew.

 

Democracy At Drew

Look at Drew!

Drew Students care, and it shows as they are speaking out at the polls. 93.3% of Drew's students are registered to vote. Drew's overall student voting increased from the 2014 midterms to the 2018 midterms by 31.6%! Drew is 14.8% ABOVE the 2018 voting rate for All Institutions. Read more in the National Study of Learning, Voting, and Engagement's full report which provides data specific to Drew University's voter registration and voting rates for federal elections based on our student enrollment.

The Drew Student Voter Project is a non-partisan initiative on campus focused on registering Drew students to vote. Led by a coalition of students and faculty mentors, the DSVP will host several events throughout the year.

RU Ready is a civic engagement initiative created by the Rutgers University Eagleton Institute for Politics’ Center for Youth Political Participation. At Drew, students explore civic engagement education, prepare engaging workshops, and are trained to administer interactive sessions on civic participation. RU Ready lessons are implemented by college students in high school classrooms – supplementing social studies instruction with lessons in active citizenship. Instructional methods are evidence-based and make a positive impact on college and high school students. RU Ready is meant to be a political learning experience for both the college students who create and administer the workshops as well as the high school students experiencing it.

For more information, contact engage@drew.edu