Election-Related Resources Available, Before and After the Vote
Sent on behalf of Vice Provost of Student Affairs Tammara Durham, Vice Provost of Academic Success Susan Klusmeier, and Interim Vice Provost of Diversity & Equity Jennifer Ng.
As we approach Election Day, the units within Academic Success, Diversity & Equity, and Student Affairs want to call your attention to the election-related resources and events through the Center for Service Learning Civic Engagement Hub and our social media campaign.
The Civic Engagement Hub highlights a variety of resources tailored to our campus community and includes:
- Post-election processing and support resources available on campus, in the Lawrence community, and nationally including the CAPS Peer Listening sessions.
- Resources for instructors on discussing civic engagement in the classroom.
- A list of recent and upcoming civic engagement events and activities.
Our collaborative social media campaign will focus on voting, campus resources, upcoming events, and wellness tips. Keep up with this campaign led by the Center for Service Learning, Student Support and Case Management, and Student Conduct and Community Standards by following #KUVotes.
Our shared Jayhawk Values focus on unity, innovation, inclusion, and engagement. During this election season and beyond, we encourage you to find meaningful ways to get involved and advocate for what you believe. Engage one another in a manner that honors our values. If you participate in a demonstration or other form of in-person activism, adhere to the Protect KU Pledge with proper precautions to protect yourself and others, just as you would in any other context. Report any incidents of harassment or discrimination to the Office of Institutional Opportunity and Access (IOA).
Tammara Durham, Ed.D.
Vice Provost for Student Affairs
Susan Klusmeier, Ed.D.
Vice Provost for Academic Success
Jennifer Ng, Ph.D.
Interim Vice Provost for Diversity & Equity