Election officials will visit campus again next week to evaluate new options for an on-campus voting site.
Members of the Orange County Board of Elections said they will visit Cobb Residence Hall and the Sonja Haynes Stone Center for Black Culture and History to determine if either location might make for a feasible voting site.
The board took no further action during its meeting Tuesday.
Historically, students have voted at Rams Head Dining Hall. But that voting site was scrapped after curbside voting at the site failed to appease longtime Chapel Hill residents.
According to elections data, 186 residents voted at the Rams Head site during the municipal election in November. During the May 2012 primary election — when residents could vote on the controversial marriage law Amendment 1 — the site drew almost 4,000 voters.