Suffolk County Community College is committed to supporting student civic engagement and voter education. Our is goal is to empower students to understand the importance of being an educated voter as a way to build an engaged community.
Students will have the opportunity to accurately complete voter registration forms, learn about candidates, find their polling location, and learn the process about how to vote.
The Importance of the 2020 Census
The 2020 Census is important to our community on various levels. Most importantly for you as a student, the 2020 Census impacts federal funds communities receive each year for programs and services that are critical for schools and students.
Please use the link below to respond to the 2020 Census:
Respond now at: https://my2020census.gov/
If you need additional information, please see the videos below on how to respond to the 2020 Census:
This video will introduce you to the 2020 Census, present a quick overview of the online questionnaire, and help you answer the questions to respond to the 2020 Census: https://youtu.be/vCM0XrSynFw
This American Sign Language (ASL) video with English voice-over and captions will introduce you to the 2020 Census, present a quick overview of the online questionnaire, and help you answer the questions: https://youtu.be/jfEQvQ_O4b8
For phone support for people who are deaf or with hearing loss, call the 2020 Census TDD/TTY number at (844) 467-2020.
For more information, visit: https://2020census.gov/
Photo credit: Jill Santiago. Student, John Michael Torns.
Suffolk County Community College has a partnership with the Andrew Goodman Foundation to encourage our students to become active, engaged citizens who ensure a just democracy and sustainable future.
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Photo credit: Jill Santiago. Student, Massiel Calderon.