Civic Engagement

The Civic Engagement team maintains student voter registration and civic engagement as its main priorities.  This team is in charge of hosting events that allow the student body to engage with their community and elected officials at all levels. Dates and other details for civic engagement events will be updated throughout the year.

2020 Census

The 2020 Census is a form that takes less than five minutes to fill out, but will determine congressional representation, inform hundreds of billions in funding across the nation every year, and provide data that will impact communities for the next decade. It is important that every student at Auburn fills out the Census, to ensure that we get the resources we need! To complete the Census, go to on your computer or smartphone and answer all of the necessary questions, making sure to count your primary residence in Auburn. We are all counting on you to take the 2020 Census!

Voter Registration Information

The Auburn Voter Registration Initiative aims at encouraging Auburn students to get registered to vote. Auburn’s SGA has made it easy to get registered! Below are links to register online and get an absentee ballot in Alabama and information about registering in all 50 states. Voter Registration Information Absentee Ballot information

Voter Registration: FAQ

Q: I am not from Alabama and would like to register in my home state. How can I find their registration information?

A: You can go to and select your home state. It will direct you to Online Registration, Absentee Ballots, and other information for your home state!


Q: I think I am registered to vote, but I’m not sure where. How can I check where I am registered to vote?

A: You can view your registration status here!


Q: How can I change my voter registration status to become a registered voter with an address in Auburn, Alabama? (Note: students will be in Auburn for most general elections). 

A: You can register to vote online by clicking here. Select “Online Registration” and follow the instructions, entering your current address in Auburn. Also note that Auburn is located in Lee County, AL.


Q: My hometown is in Alabama, and I would rather not register to vote in Auburn. How can I absentee vote in my hometown? 

A: You can register to absentee vote in Alabama by clicking here.


Q: My hometown is out-of-state. How can I absentee vote from there? 

A: You can view out-of-state absentee voting policies by clicking here.


Q: Auburn is my hometown. How can I check to make sure I am registered properly? 

A: You can view your registration status online at!


Q: What do I need to bring with me when I go to vote?

A: Always bring a photo ID with you to your polling location (AU Tiger cards work).


Q: How do I know where to vote?

A: If you are registered to vote in Alabama, click here to find your polling location before election day!

Student at voter registration event fills out a voter registration form.

Upcoming Elections and Important Dates

November 3, 2020- Presidential election



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Student Government Association

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Auburn University, AL 36849-5134


Phone: (334) 844-4788

Last modified: September 21, 2020