One Word: Engagement

The University of the Incarnate Word aims to educate men and women who will become concerned and enlightened citizens within the global community during and beyond their academic career. This can be accomplished via leadership opportunities, service learning experiences, and engagement in one’s global community to support and address the needs of those that are poor, sick, voiceless and in need.

COVID-19 Voting Updates

Bexar County Early Voting: October 13-30, 2020

National Election Day: Tuesday, November 3, 2020

As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, we kindly remind you to please follow local and county election polling COVID-19 guidelines with respect to the voting processes and procedures for the upcoming election.

Gathered here you will find various resources to assist campus community members in learning more about the issues, understand the voting process, and provide links to register to vote or request an absentee ballot.

If you are not sure if you are registered to vote in the State of Texas, check your voter registration status here.

If you have not registered to vote or need to do so, we have gathered various resources below to assist you including utilizing the TURBOVOTE platform system. TurboVote makes sure students always know when elections are happening and have the information they need to vote with confidence.

UIW students and community members can sign up to receive election reminders, get registered to vote and apply for their absentee ballot.

If you need any help with your account or registration.

Sign up for TurboVote

Check out some additional voter resources below!

blue and red checkmark San Antonio/Bexar County Voting Guide

blue and red checkmark State of Texas Voting Guide

UIW Votes U.S. Voting Guide

UIW Votes Voting by State

UIW Votes Student Voting Guide

UIW Votes Voting in College: Know Your Rights

UIW Votes Voter Registration Deadlines

UIW Votes Absentee Ballot Rules