Constitution Day

Constitution Day is the day the United States commemorates the adoption of the United States Constitution, which was signed by the delegates to the Constitutional Convention on September 17, 1787.

As part of the observance of Constitution Day, public schools and state universities, such as CCU, are tasked with creating opportunities to learn about the Constitution and promote greater understanding of the law and the rights of US citizens.  

Please take this September 17 as an opportunity to reintroduce yourself to the Constitution and hopefully gain some new insights.

The United States Constitution with the National Archives

Constitution Day with the National Archives

Constitution Day with the Library of Congress

Another great way to honor the day is to exercise your most foundational right as a US citizen and register to vote. Already registered? Ask a friend! As always, you can find more registration and voter information on our Chants Vote page.