College Democrats and College Republicans phone banked until polls closed Tuesday.
The number of students who attended the party increased from the 2008 event.
Students can take free trams to polling locations and attend an election night party on campus.
The event held Tuesday discussed the political ramifications of current campaigns, such as the “binders full of women” comment.
The third and final presidential debate elicited combative responses Monday from candidates.
Proposition 34, which aims to ban the death penalty, is one of many contentious measures.
The presidential nominees tried to reach out to young voters on the issue of financial aid, but some students remain unimpressed.
A panel met after a live viewing of the convention to analyze Mitt Romney’s speech.
Despite the poll’s findings, students said voter excitement might pick up in the fall.
A USC/Los Angeles Times poll finds California voters largely support the current president.