Aggies Vote

Make your voice heard in the important 2022 Mid-Term Elections! Across the state, consequential races are being run for U.S. Senate, the House of Representatives and a long list of state legislative and local offices. To register to vote in North Carolina, you must meet the legal requirements to vote and complete a voter registration application. If you have not already registered to vote, you may do so on the North Carolina A&T campus

  • Sept. 9, 2022 - absentee voting by mail begins statewide
  • Friday, Oct. 14, 5 p.m. - registration closes for the general election
  • Thursday, Oct. 20 - one-stop early voting begins statewide and lasts for 17 days, ending Saturday, Nov. 5, 3 p.m. Click here for a listing of all Guilford County one-stop early voting sites. Note: The closest of those sites to North Carolina A&T is the Old Courthouse's Coleman Conference Room at 301 W Market St., Room 108, in downtown Greensboro.
  • Friday, Oct. 21 - Aggies Early Vote Day: "A Nationwide Call to Action"
  • Saturday, Nov. 5 - last day for one-stop early voting
  • Tuesday, Nov. 8 - ELECTION DAY - VOTE!!!

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Justice Henry Frye

Justice Henry E. Frye

Born in 1932 in Ellerbee, North Carolina, Henry Frye came of age in the final years of the Jim Crow South. Despite the immense challenges of segregation, Frye graduated from Ellerbee High School and enrolled at North Carolina A&T, where he earned a bachelor's degree with highest honors.

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Voting and College Students

While in college you can register and vote in the jurisdiction of your residence, but you may only have one residence. If a college student considers their school address to be their residence, they can register and vote in the county where the campus is located.

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To register to vote in North Carolina, you must meet all of the following qualifications:

  • Must be a citizen of the United States.
  • Must live in the county of your registration and have resided there for at least 30 days prior to the date of the election.
  • Must be at least 18 years old. You can submit a registration form up to two years before your 18th birthday, if and only if you will be 18 at the time of the next general election.
  • Must not be serving a sentence for a felony conviction. If you have previously been convicted of a felony, your citizenship must be restored.
  • Must rescind any previous registration in any other county or state.