Video Guide on Registering to Vote in Michigan 

Guide for Voter Registration in Michigan 

For Students

UMich Votes

The Ginsberg Center at the University of Michigan

Campus Vote Project (State-by-State Student Guide)

Vote Pledge

Before You Return to School Voting Checklist


For Campus Organizers

Students Learn Students Vote

Promote Informed Voting on Your Campus Flyer

Democracy Works


TUT Workshop Packages

One of TUT’s main projects is our civic engagement workshop, which aims to explore how and why it’s important to vote (learn more on our initiatives page). Below are links to all the resources needed to facilitate their own version of the workshop. Each workshop has a theme for the deliberative discussion, or you may choose to remove the deliberative discussion altogether for your workshop. Each package includes (1) presentation slides, (2) facilitator notes explaining how to give the workshop, and (3) two handouts to be used in the workshop. Email us at with any additional questions.

Death Penalty Package

Free College Package

Hurricane Relief Package

Access to Voting Package

Current Local and National Efforts 

Promote the Vote

“Promote the Vote is a campaign to amend the Michigan Constitution to create fair rules that remove barriers and make voting more secure so we — the people — are heard on Election Day.”

Promote the Vote One Pager

Promote the Vote Results

Promote the Vote Slides

Union of Concerned Scientists — Science Rising 

“Science Rising is a nationwide mobilization effort taking place throughout 2018 in the run-up to the midterm elections…Our shared goal is to ensure that science is front-and-center in the decision-making processes that affect us all—and to fight back against efforts that sideline science from its crucial role in our democracy.”

Stand Up for Science in the 2018 Elections Article 

Science Rising 


ClickOnDetroit/WDIV: University of Michigan: Student voter turnout tripled in 2018

Bridge Magazine: Could this be the year that Michigan college students actually vote?

The Hill: Students want to vote, colleges ought to help