The National Study of Learning, Voting, and Engagement or NSLVE (“en-solve”) was launched in 2013 to offer colleges and universities a chance to learn about their students’ registration rates and voting habits. 

NSLVE matches student enrollment records with public voting files while protecting student privacy (details). It then creates reports of an institution’s student voting rates, comparing apples to apples—midterm election to midterm election or presidential election to presidential election. Total rates are broken down by voting method, age group, race or ethnicity if provided, gender, educational level or class year, field of study, etc.

Emory receives separate reports for Emory’s Atlanta and Oxford campuses. Here they are to date:

Data for the 2020 election is still being processed.