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Explore: Politics

This page is a resource for all learners who are interested in politics. There are numerous ways to explore politics through University of Richmond's programming and community partnerships. If you are interested in learning more about the City of Richmond's local government, consider attending an excursion to a Richmond City Council or School Board meeting. The CCE, in conjunction with departments and student organizations across campus, hosts a series of programming during each election season. Voter registration information is also available through our office.

Community Partners

To explore off-campus volunteer opportunities related to politics, please visit our Map of Community Opportunities.  Select the Issue filter "Public policy, research, and advocacy" for relevant organizations.

Coursework

Students interested in exploring politics may want to consider the following courses:

PLSC 327: The American Presidency

PLSC 329: Campaigns and Elections

LDST 205: Justice and Civil Society

LDST 304: Leadership, Social Movements, and Social Change

JOUR 302: Public Affairs Reporting

JOUR 311: Press and Politics

Job Opportunities

Learn about new jobs related to this issue track!

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