Purdue Votes


The PurdueVotes Coalition is a campus-wide committee that includes members from
important stakeholder groups that work together to increase student voting rates and
help students form the habits of active and engaged citizenship.

Voter Registration

Yes, you can vote!

 College Students 

You are allowed to register here if ...

Not from Indiana? Find your state at https://vote.gov

 Transgender People

You can vote, even if your gender does not match what's listed on your state-issued ID.

 Recently Naturalized Citizens

Recently naturalized citizens have the same voting rights as someone who was born in the U.S.

 Individuals with Disabilities

Polling places much have at least one accessible voting machine. Voters that require assistance may bring a friend or ask a poll worker. 

Voting ID

In the state of Indiana, you have to provide a federal ID with a photo and a
printed expiration date. The following qualify:

  • Indiana Driver’s License
  • Indiana state-issued ID
  • United States Passport
  • Update Purdue ID with printed expiration date
  • Or a military or veteran's ID will also work (no expiration date required)
If you don’t have any of these or need to update your Purdue ID, email us at

Early Voting

The Tippecanoe Election Board has not released early voting dates. Stay tuned to find out
where and when to vote early!


For questions about voting, email PurdueVotesCo@gmail.com or visit the Civic Engagement
& Leadership Development Office in Krach 336.

For updates about voting at Purdue, follow Purdue Votes Coalition on Instagram at
@CELDPurdue or on Facebook.

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