Your voice, your vote.

A thriving democracy requires active participation on the part of its citizens. Voting and civic engagement are important parts of the student experience at CSU and the College of Business, and we encourage everyone to get involved at the local, state and federal level in any way they can.

Voting in 2020

Voting is an important act, and there are a variety of resources available through CSU to help you do it. Following the steps below is the easiest way to ensure you're able to participate in the 2020 election.

Important dates to remember

10/26/2020
This is the last day CO residents can register and still receive a mail ballot
11/3/2020, 4:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Ballots for the Nov. 2020 election can be submitted in person until 7pm
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Get involved

CSU students and community members can get involved in the political process in several ways. At every level of government, you can help to shape your community through civic engagement.

At the local level, you can work alongside your neighbors and peers to enact change.

Students can also get involved at the state and federal levels by working with elected officials as well as government agencies and departments.

  • The CSU Legislative Internship helps students find internships with elected officials in Denver.
  • Congressional Representative Joe Neguse, Senator Cory Gardner and Senator Michael Bennet all have offices in Fort Collins and frequently hire CSU interns.
  • The new CSU in D.C. Program enables undergraduates to register for 15 credits of courses while working in Washington, D.C.