Haverford College

Voter Information

Check Your Registration Status


Click the button below to check your voter registration status. Haverford's zip code is 19041, unless you are registered in the apartments, which is 19003.


Not yet registered? Follow the steps in the center column.

If you are registered, request a mail-in ballot to your Haverford address following the instructions on the far right.

Register in Pennsylvania


If you HAVE a PA License/ID:

  • Register to vote ONLINE at this link:


If you DON'T have a PA License/ID:

  • Print or pick up a paper voter registration form at Campus Center help desk.

  • Fill out form using your Haverford mailing address.

  • Go to Central Services, ask for prepaid, pre-addressed envelope.

Request Mail-In Ballot


If you HAVE a PA License/ID:

  • Request a ballot ONLINE at this link:


If you DON'T have a PA License/ID:

  • Print or pick up a paper mail-in ballot request form at Campus Center help desk.

  • Fill out form using your SSN and Haverford mailing address.

  • Go to Central Services, ask for prepaid, pre-addressed envelope.

Frequently Asked Questions

Can I still vote using my Haverford address if I’m not on campus this semester?

Yes, as long as you are not an incoming first-year or transfer student! If you've lived at Haverford for college previously, you’re good to go.


Which address should I use as my campus address?

There are two addresses you need to worry about: a registration address and an address where you receive mail.

Your registration address depends on where you live:
“HCA” (not 800s): Haverford College - [apt #] Hannum Drive, Ardmore PA 19003
“HCA” (800s): Haverford College - [apt #] Ardmore Ave, Ardmore PA 19003
Other Dorm: Haverford College - [dorm name], Haverford PA, 19041

All students receive mail at:
[Your Name]
Haverford College
370 Lancaster Ave
Haverford PA, 19041


What if I don't have access to a printer?

You can pick up paper copies of the voter registration form and mail-in ballot request form at the Campus Center help desk.


How do I drop off my voter registration form/ballot request/ballot?

When you pickup your envelope and stamps, Central Services staff will take your completed forms and mail them on your behalf.


What if we are sent home from campus and I haven’t received/returned my ballot yet?

Haverford / Central Services will forward your ballot to a new address for you. You can then complete it from there and send it in.


What if I am already registered in another state? Can I change my state to Pennsylvania?

That is okay! As long as you follow the proper voting procedures in Pennsylvania and do not vote in another state, you are legally allowed to vote here. Just follow the voter registration instructions above to change your state to PA.


Which county and township do I live in?

Haverford’s campus is in Delaware County, with the exception of Cadbury House, which is in Montgomery County. The Delaware County portion of campus is in Haverford Township. The Montgomery County portion is in Lower Merion Township.


What if I have more questions?

You can contact the Delaware County Board of Elections by phone at (610) 891-4673, or by email at [email protected].
For Haverford-related questions, you can contact Professor Zach Oberfield, head of non-partisan group Haverford Votes, at [email protected].

Contact


This webpage is managed by the Haverford College Democrats in cooperation with Haverford College Students for Biden. All information presented is public domain and can be used and shared freely. Thank you to Haverford Votes for preparing a lot of this information!

For edits, suggestions, or feedback, contact [email protected]