Join Beto, your classmates, and your community on a college campus near you as he holds more than 15 university events with students and young leaders across the state before the October 11 voter registration deadline. During his College Tour, Beto will outline his unifying vision for priorities such as restoring reproductive freedom to the women of Texas, reducing gun violence, raising the minimum wage, expanding access to health care, making higher education more affordable, legalizing marijuana while fighting for full civil rights, and ensuring we protect this planet for future generations.
Monday, October 3 at University of North Texas: RSVP HERE
Monday, October 3 at Dallas College – El Centro Campus: RSVP HERE
Tuesday, October 4 at Wiley College: RSVP HERE
Tuesday, October 4 at Stephen F. Austin State University: RSVP HERE
Wednesday, October 5 at Austin Community College – Highland Campus: RSVP HERE
Wednesday, October 5 at Huston-Tillotson University: RSVP HERE
Wednesday, October 5 at Texas State University: RSVP HERE
Thursday, October 6 at Rice University: RSVP HERE
Friday, October 7 at Sam Houston State University: RSVP HERE
Friday, October 7 at University of Texas at Dallas: RSVP HERE
Tuesday, October 11 at Texas Tech University: RSVP HERE
Tuesday, October 11 at University of Texas El Paso: RSVP HERE
PAST EVENTS: Watch Week 1 Recap Here!
Monday, September 26 at UT Austin
Monday, September 26 at UT San Antonio
Tuesday, September 27 at Prairie View A&M
Tuesday, September 27 at Texas Southern University / University of Houston
Wednesday, September 28 at Texas A&M
Wednesday, September 28 at Baylor University
Wednesday, September 28 at UT Arlington
Each College Tour event will also be an opportunity to get registered, get organized, sign up to volunteer, and commit to the work ahead so we can overcome Greg Abbott’s extremism and move this state forward.
This historic investment in student engagement follows Beto’s historic increase in young voter turnout during his record-breaking Senate campaign. In 2018, young voter turnout across Texas was up by 500% during early voting and up by more than 230% overall compared to the previous midterm election. In 2022, Beto and the students of Texas will work together to lead the charge to create real change across Texas.