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Constitution Day: Home

The Constitution was signed on September 17th in 1787.

Campus Celebration

Constitution Day Event Banner

All Week:

Constitution Day Resource Guide - Use this guide at any point during Constitution Week to learn more about events happening on campus and library and online resources, to celebrate this year! Provided by the Mary and Jeff Bell Library

Freedom Through Education: Putting Your Constitutional Rights to Work; Mary and Jeff Bell Library Explore the library’s Constitution Day display on 1st & 2nd floors! Learn about Dr. Hector P. Garcia and his dedication to constitutional and civil rights on topics including education, health care, employment and more. 

UC Splash of Color Wall - Constitution Day coloring pages: UC across from Information Desk

September 14-15

Exercise Your Right to Vote: Student Government Association (SGA) Elections (if contested) Vote on I-Engage at

September 15 UPDATE: September 16th

Extra! Extra! Hold on to your Rights: 11am - 1pm - Breezeway, in front of the Library Hosted by Mary and Jeff Bell Library - Stop by to grab a pocket constitution, stickers, and a re-creation of a newspaper headline that was printed on the library’s very own old school printing press!!

UCP Radio - Constitution Facts: University Center Rotunda

September 16:
Island Waves - Constitution Day Special Edition: Access online at


Sponsored by:
Student Engagement and Success
Mary and Jeff Bell Library
Student Government Association
Island Waves Student Newspaper

For more information or to request disability related accommodations, please contact Lisa Perez at or 361.825.2612

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