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Civic Engagement Center
Thatcher Hall, Room 121C
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Please check back soon for more great information about what we're doing on campus and how you can get involved!
The Center for Information and Research on Civic Learning and Engagement (CIRCLE) & The American Democracy Project Want to Know: How Civically Engaged are YOU?!
To learn how Civically Engaged you are, please take the CIRCLE Civic Engagement Quiz!
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Need Your Absentee Ballot Notarized?
MidFirst Bank provides notary service for free for absentee ballots for costumers and non-customers. It is located on the second floor of the Nigh University Center. They can also notarize other documents for free for costumers and for five dollars for non-customers.
Free copies of The New York Times are available Monday-Friday in key locations on the campus. Look for days and times to join us for coffee and current event discussions.
More information to come about time and place of meetings!