Students who are registered to vote in North Carolina and plan on casting a ballot in-person on Election Day need to know a few details before they head to voting booths.

Polls will open tomorrow at 6:30 a.m. and close at 7:30 p.m.

There are 38 polling locations in Alamance County, but seven permanent locations were replaced with larger, temporary locations this year to meet physical distancing requirements.

One of the seven locations is Elon Elementary School, which is one of the two precincts Elon University’s campus is covered by. This location was formerly listed as Antioch Community Church. It is located at 720 Walker Road.

The other voting location for Elon students is First Baptist Church of Elon. It is located at 621 East Haggard Avenue.

The North Carolina State Board of Elections has a polling place search for students to use to know which of the two Elon polling locations to vote at.

For students who are unable to walk or drive themselves to the polls tomorrow, the university is providing a shuttle that leaves from the Center of the Arts.

Voters will not be required to show photo ID tomorrow unless their original registration application was not confirmed. If that’s the case, students who live on-campus should bring a valid student photo ID card. 

Students who live off-campus should bring a valid student photo ID card and a copy of a bill, check or other government document showing their name and address in Alamance County.

For more information on polling locations and day-of details, visit Elon News Network’s 2020 voter guide.