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At the polls, Carroll University students will need to be prepared with the following:
 
If using a state of Wisconsin-issued driver's license or ID, US passport, or US military ID, you will just need to bring your acceptable form of ID. If you are a commuter student you will also need to bring proof of residence.
 
If you are using your Carroll University Voter ID you will need to provide the following:

Resident Students تنزيل كلاش اوف كلانس

Residential students are students that are currently enrolled students living in campus housing. Carroll University will provide a certified housing list to the Waukesha municipal clerk. The clerk or election officials can use the list to verify a student's proof of enrollment.

Wisconsin Resident

  • If you have a valid Wisconsin driver’s license or state ID card and have already registered to vote with your current residential address, you are all set.
  • If you do not have a valid Wisconsin driver’s license or state ID card, the Department of Transportation (DOT) will provide free ID cards for the purpose of voting if you will be at least 18 years of age on the date of the next election. (The regular fee is $28.) Please keep in mind that you will need to provide a birth certificate and other documents to receive a DOT-issued ID. Therefore, plan to start this process well in advance of Election Day. For information about getting a state identification card, please visit the DOT’s website:http://www.dot.wisconsin.gov/drivers/drivers/apply/idcard.htm. You may obtain a Carroll University Voter ID card at the Pioneer Card Office located at the Campus Center Information Desk.  Please bring your current Pioneer Card when obtaining your Carroll University Voter ID card. Visit the Pioneer Card Office for more information.

Non Wisconsin Resident Students

  • You will need to obtain a Carroll University Voter ID card at the Pioneer Card Office located at the Campus Center Information Desk.  Please bring your current Pioneer Card when obtaining your Carroll University Voter ID card. Visit the Pioneer Card Office for more information.

Commuter Students

Commuter students are currently enrolled students who do not reside in Carroll University campus housing. 

Wisconsin Residents

  • If you have a valid Wisconsin driver’s license or state ID card and have already registered to vote with your current residential address, you are all set.
  • If you do not have a valid Wisconsin driver’s license or state ID card, the Department of Transportation (DOT) will provide free ID cards for the purpose of voting if you will be at least 18 years of age on the date of the next election. (The regular fee is $28.) Please keep in mind that you will need to provide a birth certificate and other documents to receive a DOT-issued ID. Therefore, plan to start this process well in advance of Election Day. For information about getting a state identification card, visit the DOT’s website here. You may obtain a Carroll University Voter ID card at the Pioneer Card Office located at the Campus Center Information Desk. Please bring your current Pioneer Card when obtaining your Carroll University Voter ID card. Visit the Pioneer Card Office for more information.
  • If you will be using a Carroll University Voter ID to vote, you will need to secure a Proof of Enrollment Document from the Registrar's Office. This document needs to be requested Monday-Friday, from 8:00am to 4:30pm in Voorhees Hall by Friday, October 31st.

Non-Wisconsin Resident

  • You will need to obtain a Carroll University Voter ID card at the Pioneer Card located at the Campus Center Information Desk. Please bring your current Pioneer Card when obtaining your Carroll University Voter ID card. Visit the Pioneer Card Office for more information.
  • During the month of October, you will receive a Verification of Enrollment letter from the Registrar's Office. You must present this document to your polling location on election day to qualify to vote. If you have a local address on file with the Registrar's Office, the document will be mailed to that address. Otherwise, your Verification of Enrollment letter will be mailed to your permanent address on file. 
  • If you do not receive a Verification of Enrollment letter, you may request one from the Registrar's Office. This document needs to be requested Monday-Friday, from 8:00am to 4:30pm in Voorhees Hall by Friday, October 31st.

 

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