On Thursday 23 June it's the EU Referendum when the nation will decide whether to stay in the European Union or not.
To make sure you're able to vote here's some important dates and helpful information:
For the EU Referendum on Thursday 23 June you need to register to vote by midnight on Tuesday 7 June 2016.
If you are a student, think about where you will be living between now and Thursday 23 June.
If you'll still be in Bournemouth for the EU Referendum you can vote in Bournemouth or register to vote by post if you want to be represented in your home constituency.
If you've moved away by then you may need to re-register to have your postal vote sent to another address, or to attend a different polling station, by Tuesday 7 June.
You may be able to register at both your home and term time addresses. If you want to register at two addresses, make two separate applications through this service. Your local Electoral Registration Office will look at each application and tell you whether you’re allowed to register.
To register go to the Register to Vote website and follow the instructions.
Find out what you're voting for
There has been a lot of information in the news about the EU Referendum, and at BU we want you to be informed.
The Electoral Commission has been posting information to every household in the UK which outlines the key points of both the Remain and the Leave campaigns. You can also check the facts online for Remain and Leave or go to Full Fact or Channel 4's fact checker.
It's also worth following the debate on social media and on all news channels to get a broader understanding of all the issues and viewpoints.
And why not check out our EU Referendum coverage page for BU opinion, blogs and video?
Whatever your views - make sure you have your say this summer.