NSLVE Campus Voting Data
The National Study of Learning, Voting, and Engagement (NSLVE) is a service to colleges and universities that provides more than 1,100 participating institutions with tailored reports of their students' voting rates.
Data in the report below are current as of Fall 2020. For more information about campus voting data, visit the Institute for Democracy and Higher Education.
California State University - Monterey Bay
NSLVE Campus Voting Data: At a Glance
Question 2016 2018 What Percent of Your Eligible Students Voted? 53.2% 43.7% What Percent of Your Eligible Voters Registered? 83.4% 81.5% What Percent of Your Registered Students Voted? 63.8% 53.6%
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"For too long, higher education's civic movement has been defined in ways that are apolitical. This is no longer an option. Now is the time to educate and act to eradicate systems of discrimination and injustice both in public life and within the academy." -Nancy Thomas, Director, Institute for Democracy in Higher Education
Read more about what presidents, provosts, faculty, and staff can do to advance political learning and participation in this historic election season in Election Imperatives 2020.