Democracy Project

The Rollins College Democracy Project, aligned with the College’s mission, prepares students with the knowledge and skills to actively engage in our democratic processes.

Voter registration made easy

Look for Democracy Project's convenient registration tables, powered by TurboVote.

For more information on voting, check out #RollinsVotes!


The Rollins College Democracy Project is a nonpartisan student-led initiative at Rollins College dedicated to the idea that civic engagement is critical to our future.

We’re a group of students who are passionate about democracy and about creating opportunities for fellow students to learn about and discuss process, issues, and candidates. Our purpose is simple: encourage and empower Rollins students to be civically engaged, whether they’re eligible to vote or not.

Upcoming events:
  • WPI Speaker Jon Meacham, The Art of Leadership: Lessons from the American Presidency
    • September 12, 2017, 7:30pm Knowles Memorial Chapel
    • Join Pulitzer Prize-winner, presidential historian, and New York Times best-selling author Jon Meacham as he discusses politics, religion, and current affairs. 
  • Consitituition Day
    • September 18, 2017, 12-2pm in front of the Campus Center
    • Join the Democracy Project in celebration of Constitution Day! We will be handing out constitutions and and providing information on the birth of democracy in the United States. 
  • National Voter Registration Day
    • September 26, 2017, 12-2pm in front of the Campus Center
    • Come register to vote! Democracy Project will be helping students register to vote and educating the campus on how to get engaged in local politics. 

Check out #RollinsVotes for all your voting needs and resources!

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Interested in exploring civic engagement even further? The Department of Political Science offers a minor in civic engagement


Destiny Reyes
Student Coordinator

Stephanie Arredondo
Advisor, Graduate Assistant in CLCE