Celebrate Constitution Day
Constitution Day is an American federal observance on September 17 that recognizes the adoption of the United States Constitution and those who have become U.S. citizens. Each year, we celebrate with special activities for students and faculty. Some activities may include:
- Distribution of pocket-sized copies of the Constitution
- Constitution Trivia
- Registration form. Every vote matters. Get out and VOTE!
- If you're unable to attend events on campus, register to vote online and learn more about local elections at www.votespa.com
- Learn more about our own student governing organization, Westmoreland's Student Government Association
The celebration of Constitution Day dates to 1940 and is celebrated on campuses across the United States. Learn more about Constitution Day and its history from the Library of Congress.