Civic Engagement Alliance

Non-Partisan Student Groups Working Together to Create a More Politically Aware UT

The Civic Engagement Alliance (CEA)

The CEA is a collaborative nonpartisan effort to improve voter engagement and other forms of civic engagement on campus; the CEA is convened by TX Votes and includes many different political and nonpolitical organizations and institutes on campus.

Participation is simple:

1. Choose a rep to attend one meeting per semester.

2. Register the students in your organization to vote. (If you don't have a Volunteer Deputy Registrar in your org/institute, don't worry, we can help!)

3. Share nonpartisan voting information around election time.

Join the CEA or update your organization's 2018-2019 membership information here:

To learn more about voting rates at the University of Texas at Austin, visit our NSLVE report here:


May 22, 2018: Election Day with early voting from May 14-18. The closest polling location for UT students is DKR.

Oct. 19, 2017: University of Texas recognized for most improved undergrad voter turnout by the ALL IN Democracy Challenge (Press Links Below)

Check out the CEA on social!

CEA Members include:

314 Action at UT AustinADPAC, Alpha Epsilon Phi, Alpha Kappa Delta Phi, Alpha Phi AlphaBlack Student AllianceChi Omega Sorority, Christians in Business Organization, College Republicans, CommSGC, Communication Council, Delta Delta Delta, Generation Citizen, Voting Graduate Student Agency (GSA), Hindu Students Association, Hispanic Health Professions Organization, Hindu Student AssociationHook the Vote (Student Government), IGNITE, Jolt at UT Austin, LBJ Graduate Public Affairs Council, Liberal Arts Council, Longhorn LULAC, Longhorn Singers, Minority Women Pursuing Law, Multicultural Engagement Center, Natural Sciences Council, Orange Jackets, Oxfam at the University of Texas at Austin, Pi Beta Phi, React to Film, Residence Life, Senate of College Councils, Socks for the SoleStudent Engineering CouncilTejas ClubTexas Freedom Network, Texas Friar Society, Texas Health Promotion ClubTexas Hillel, Texas International Affairs Society, Texas Political Union, TX Votes, University Democrats, Undergraduate Business Council, and Women in Business Association