The National Voter Registration Act of 1993 (NVRA), a federal law, requires that university and community college offices serving persons with disabilities offer those persons the opportunity to register to vote or to update a voter registration record at the time the applicant applies for services or assistance, applies for renewal of such services or assistance, and/or applies for a change of address. The OSA will provide persons with disabilities a preference form and if persons indicate they want to apply to vote the OSA will provide a voter registration application form. Applying or declining to register to vote does not in any way affect the amount of assistance persons will receive from the OSA. For persons with disabilities who choose not contact the OSA in-person the following links provide alternative opportunities to register to vote.
>>Get general information on Voter registration in Virginia here
Reynolds recognizes that compliance with the act requires the awareness of all employees and the commitment of institutional resources. Therefore, the administration will continuously evaluate compliance with the ADA and take appropriate steps to rectify institutional deficiencies.