Arkansas Tech University student Allie Davis is one of 175 college and university students from across the United States named to the 2023 All In Campus Challenge Student Voting Honor Roll.
The honor roll recognizes college students at participating campuses who have gone above and beyond to advance non-partisan student voter registration, education and turnout efforts in their communities.
Davis is from Hot Springs. She is on course to graduate from ATU in 2025.
“This year’s honorees played a crucial part in registering and empowering student voters ahead of last year’s midterm elections, resulting in historic turnout among young voters,” said Jennifer Domagal-Goldman, executive director of the All In Campus Challenge. “The All In Campus Challenge is honored to celebrate hundreds of student leaders encouraging non-partisan engagement across the country. These students organized voter registration drives, coordinated campus-wide voter engagement resources and brought polling locations to their campuses. We are excited to watch these students continue to change the world.”
The All In Campus Challenge is a national non-partisan initiative of Civic Nation. The challenge strives to change civic culture and institutionalize voter engagement activities and programs on college campuses, making voter participation a defining feature of campus life.
Arkansas Tech was among 394 colleges and universities in the United States that qualified as a 2022 All In Most Engaged Campus for college student voting. ATU earned the recognition by participating in the All In Campus Challenge and developing and enacting a civic engagement plan.
Learn more about the ATU Department of Campus Life at www.atu.edu/campuslife.