UHCL: UHCL Wins Two National Awards For Campus Voter Engagement
Jan 7, 2022
College students have been a key demographic component in the last three elections,
becoming more actively involved with issues like climate change, social justice and
the economy. Raising awareness about voter registration and the voting process is
critical, and Mohammad Khan, coordinator for Community Engagement in the Office of Student Involvement and Leadership at University of Houston-Clear Lake says that through programs offered to Hawks throughout the year and especially during election seasons, student voter engagement on campus
has risen significantly.
"UH-Clear Lake has recently become a participant in the National Study of Learning,
Voting and Engagement, coordinated by the Institute for Democracy and Higher Education
at Tufts University," Khan said. "In fall 2021, we received a report from NSLVE that
provided detailed information about the voting behaviors of our different student
populations, including the method of voting and voter turnout."
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