As Ignatian citizens, members of the Loyola community see themselves as part of something larger, recognizing that they are responsible for the betterment of our shared world. They are individuals who think and act for the rights of others, especially the disadvantaged and the oppressed. Loyola is called to act, and we are uniquely poised to do so from a position of strength and responsibility that is based on our mission and core values. Now more than ever, our world needs Ignatian citizens who are active, informed voters.
Loyola University Maryland is among 700+ campuses across the country participating in the ALL IN Campus Democracy Challenge and the President's Commitment to Full Participation. Are you in? Are you ALL IN?
Whether you are registered to vote, not registered to vote, or not sure—click on a link below for help with voter registration, make requests for absentee/mail-in ballots, and to receive voting reminders via text or email. LoyolaVotes is an online service free of charge to students, faculty, staff, administrators, and members to our surrounding community. We make voting easy and accessible.
LoyolaVotes for Students
Loyola Votes for Faculty, Staff, and Administrators
LoyolaVotes for the Community
ALL IN Challenge 2020 Action Plan
Review Loyola's 2020 Action Plansubmitted to the ALL IN Campus Democracy Challenge. Learn about our goals for the upcoming year!
National Study of Learning, Voting and Engagement
Learn about Loyola's voter registration and voting rates by reviewing our NSLVE Reports:
Awards and Recognitions:
Contact Elise Gower
in Loyola's Center for Community Service and Justice (CCSJ)