1. Mail-In Voter Registration Forms Can Be Obtained at Any of the Folowing Locations:
- Student Services Center and Counseling offices at any of the six NOVA campuses.
- The national voter registration form can be downloaded online.
- The state registration form can be downloaded online.
2. You can register to vote in only one jurisdiction. If you have moved since you last registered to vote, you should register from your new address. You can register to vote at any time of the year; however, to participate in an upcoming election, your voter registration application must be received by published registration deadlines.
3. To vote in Virginia, students must be U.S. citizens, residents of Virginia, and be 18 years old by the next election. They must not be mentally incompetent as determined by a court of law. If convicted of a felony, the right to vote must have been restored.
4. You can mail or hand deliver your voter registration form to your local voter registration office or you may mail it to:
Virginia State Board of Elections
Washington Building, First Floor
1100 Bank Street
Richmond, VA 23219
5. Your voter registration form must be postmarked by the specified registration deadlines located on the Virginia State Board of Elections website.
6. If mailed, the application must be postmarked no later than the deadline.
- If delivered in person, the application must be received by the deadline.
- Applications postmarked or received after the deadline will be held and processed after the election.
- For questions about completing the application and voting on election day, call your local voter registration office.
- For questions concerning election rules and regulations, call the State Board of Elections at: 804.864.8901, Toll Free: 800.552.9745 or FAX: 804.371.0194.
7. Students with disabilities can get voter registration information from the Counselors for Students With Disabilities on each NOVA campus.