Prior to visits to the state legislature, legislative offices, Congress or congressional offices, please be sure to contact Student Affairs and/or the the Director of Government and Community Affairs. We can provide you with guidelines and talking points on issues of importance to this campus.
The activity must be sponsored or hosted by registered student organizations and all expenses related to the activity, if any, are borne by the candidate, political organizations or student organizations.
University facilities may be rented for political events per campus policy on use of university premises and facilities. Such sponsored events may not be subsidized or supported by the university.
Anyone who wishes to endorse a candidate may do so at the university’s free speech zone – located in front of the Rudolph Jones Student Center.
To register to vote in this State, a person must sign a voter declaration attesting that:
If you live off-campus Seabrook Park may not be your voting precinct. In order to ensure that your precinct will be Seabrook Park, you should use your campus post office box as your address of record.
If you have registered to vote in your home county, you cannot cast your ballot in Cumberland County on Election Day. You must vote in your home county.
If you are an out-of-state student AND you have registered to vote in your home state, North Carolina absentee ballot deadlines do no apply to you. You must adhere to absentee ballot deadlines in your home state.
Click here for a link for states which are represented in large numbers in the student body.