The efforts for civic engagement and preparing students for lives of engaged citizenship is a part of BCCC’s goals of student success and community engagement. Democratic engagement is central to the mission of higher education. While this type of engagement embodies a wide variety of activities, participation in local, city, state, and federal elections is a real and tangible way for our students, staff and faculty to affect our community. The Office of Student Life & Engagement is committed to ensuring that the BCCC community always has access to resources and information to be fully prepared to take part in the democratic process
Whether you are brand new to voting or an experienced voter, you can learn more about the voting process and resources available to you here. Finally, please note that all the resources on this page are provided by nonpartisan entities.
- Maryland Gubernatorial Elections
- Baltimore City Voting Information
- Link to Maryland State Board of Elections: Find out about early voting, frequently asked questions, and voter services.
- League of Women Voters of Baltimore City
- ACLU – Know Your Voting Rights: Find out what to do if you are uncertain about your rights, if someone is interfering with your right to vote, or if you encounter any difficulties voting.
- ALL IN Campus Democracy Challenge Planning to vote in the next election? Take the ALL IN pledge!