Student Votes Matter

UCF Student Voter Information and Resources

Early Voting at UCF

Faculty, staff and students who are registered to vote in Orange County will be able to cast their ballots for the general election on UCF's main campus.

Location: Live Oak Event Center in Ferrell Commons on UCF's Main Campus
Dates: October 22-November 4
Hours: 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Nearby Parking: Garage B, across Gemini Boulevard from the Recreation and Wellness Center.

The best resource we have found for students is the voter guide created by the Campus Vote Project specifically for Florida Students: http://campusvoteproject.org/florida/

This guide is a single page that can be printed out and easily shared and carried with you to ensure you have a positive voting experience.

General Early Voting

When you visit the early voting site, make sure to bring photo and signature identification, such as a Florida driver's license. You can find a list of acceptable forms of ID at https://dos.myflorida.com/elections/for-voters/quick-facts-general-election/.

To check your voting registration status, download a sample ballot or find other information, visit the Orange County Supervisor of Elections website at https://ocfelections.com/.

Those who live in other counties should check with their local elections office to find the closest early voting site.

If you have issues with voting or have questions and live in Orlando please contact the Orange County Supervisor of Elections at 407-836-2070.

UCF Students and Staff, realizing how challenging this process can be especially for many students who are first time voters, please feel free to reach out to the UCF Lou Frey Institute for further information. We will do our best to assist you or put you in contact with someone who can help. Contact us at 407-823-0644.