As of August 23, 2016, the courts have ruled that photo IDs will be required at the polls for all elections. Your university ID, if issued within the last two years, will meet the requirements for a photo ID. Along with the university ID, students will be required to provide an address and enrollment verification letter, which is available to be printed from your SIS account or shown electronically to the poll worker. For more information on other approved forms of identification, visit the Wisconsin Elections and Ethic Commission website. You may also want to review the Wisconsin Voter Information website.

Please check this webpage periodically for more details.

Upcoming Elections

April 3, 2018
August 14, 2018
November 6, 2018

In order to vote in Wisconsin, state law now requires a photo ID. If your UWGB ID is more than 2 years old, get an updated one at the University Ticketing and Information Center (UTIC) located in the University Union before election day. You will also need, if using your student ID, an enrollment verification letter, which is available through SIS.

How to obtain Voter ID address/enrollment verification via SIS
 

Voter Information

Recent changes in state election laws affect registration and identification requirements at the polls for all Wisconsin residents, including University of Wisconsin–Green Bay students.

The University of Wisconsin–Green Bay strives to create not just good students, but also good citizens, and that includes exercising the right to vote.