Constitution Day

Constitution Day celebrates the official signing of the U.S. Constitution which took place on Sept. 17, 1787. Join the Career & Civic Engagement in commemorating this day by participating in several special events both on and off campus.

Click here to learn more about Constitution Day.

Constitution Day Events 2021• Friday, Sept. 17, 2021

  • Voter Registration Tabling | Campus Center Lobby | Friday, Sept. 17, Noon–2 p.m. 
    Stop by to meet with Career & Civic Engagement Center staff and register to vote. Do you have a voter registration question? Bring it to the table—we’re happy to help!
  • 6th Pennsylvania Youth Voting Summit | Online Webinar | Friday, Sept. 17, Noon–2 p.m.
    The 6th Pennsylvania Youth Voting Summit invites participants to come together for a day of civic learning, reflection, and organizing. This event is open to high school and college students, faculty and administrators, and partners actively engaged in the youth voting space.
  • National Constitution Center Celebrates Constitution Day with Free Museum Admission and Engaging Online Programs! | Friday, Sept. 17, various times, all day
    Celebrate Constitution Day at the “best Constitution Day celebration in the country!” The National Constitution Center located in Center City Philadelphia is offering free museum admission on Friday, Sept. 17, in honor of Constitution Day! Can’t make it downtown? Click here to view the online events you can join for free on Friday!

The Career & Civic Engagement Center will provide transportation reimbursement (via SEPTA) for any student who visits the National Constitution Center on Sept. 17—contact Ellie Esmond ( for more details.


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The Career & Civic Engagement Center

Phone: 610-526-5174