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“Civic engagement means working to make a difference in the civic life of our communities and developing the combination of knowledge, skills, values and motivation to make that difference. It means promoting the quality of life in a community, through both political and non-political processes.” 

– Thomas Ehrlich, Civic Responsibility and Higher Education


The KU Civic Engagement Hub is your one-stop shop for all things civic engagement at KU. Click the buttons below to learn about the opportunities, networks, and resources available for you to engage in civic life!


Post-Election Processing and Support      



The University of Kansas is ALL IN Campus Democracy Challenge participant campus, a 2020 signatory of the ALL IN Campus Democracy Challenge Presidents’ Commitment, and a participant in the Big XII Votes Challenge. The university also retains the Carnegie Foundation's Classification for Community Engagement.


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Civic Engagement at KU
Upcoming Civic Engagement Events

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Peer Drop-In Hour for Voting Information

November 2, 2-3pm CST


Election Information Hours on Daisy Hill

November 3, 10am-6pm CST | KU Student Senate


Moments of Peace: Coming Together on Election Night

November 3, 6pm- November 4, 1am CST | Braver Angels


Post-Election Queer/Trans Community Gathering

November 4, 11am-12pm CST | KU Center for Sexuality and Gender Diversity, SGD Faculty/Staff Council


Non-Partisan Post-Election Pause for the People

November 4, 12-1pm CST | FeelReal


The Day After: National Meeting

November 4, 7-8:30om CST | Braver Angels


Political Peace Building

November 5, 9-10:30pm CST | Living Room Conversations


How to Host a Conversation About Race

November 9, 12-1:30pm CST | Living Room Conversations


Reflecting and Sharing our Stories About the 2020 Election

November 10, 11am-12pm CST | Campus Election Engagement Project


Post-Election Student Forum

November 10, 7pm CST | BridgeUSA, A Starting Point


Discussion Group: 2020 Election- Lessons Learned

November 18, 4-5pm CST | Dole Institute of Politics


Political Dysfunction and Reform

November 19, 7-8:30pm CST | Living Room Conversations

Service Opportunities on Hire Jayhawks

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