Pennsylvania Campus Compact worked with 27 campuses intensively and distributed our materials to another 40, with a combined total enrollment of 322,000 students. They held a Fair Elections Legal Network webinar on the state’s complex and constantly changing new voter ID requirements, and created and distributed templates for the expiration date stickers necessary to convert student IDs into accepted voting IDs under the new rules. A judge eventually postponed the rules until the next election, but our efforts allowed schools to move ahead without delay. Pennsylvania Compact also sent out surveys on current involvement, responded to by nearly all 67 schools on their lists, and tailored approaches for different kinds of schools, like those in the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education, or schools that hosted Newman Fellows (students nominated by their schools who’d won national recognition for finding solutions to challenges facing local communities). Schools particularly appreciated Pennsylvania Compact’s digest of key resources, which they promoted through their email updates and through a Twitter feed that linked to new engagement resources and breaking election-rule developments. Pennsylvania Compact also gave out mini-grants to 10 schools to promote voter registration drives, Debate Watch parties, and educational forums. They helped schools pay for the cost of ID stickers. And they helped them provide transportation to the polls and encouraged them to have students work with local registrars to become poll-workers. They said schools particularly appreciated national CEEP’s guides to the new election rules, general suggestions on engaging their campuses, and suggestions for integrating voter registration messages with email signatures and social media.