Constitution day pamphlet
Constitution Day is September 17, 2021

The University of Texas Permian Basin joins with schools across the nation in celebrating Constitution Day! September 17 is designated as Constitution Day and commemorates the signing of the U.S. Constitution in Philadelphia on September 17, 1787.

In observance of Constitution Day, JBS Public Leadership Institute, J. Conrad Dunagan Library, Campus Activities Board, the Office of Student Life, the Office of the Dean of Students, Office of Student Success, UTPB Honors Program, and UTPB Student Government Association, and the Department of History will host the below listed events:

Constitution Day Trivia
Sponsored by the Office of the Dean of Students and Campus Activities Board
10 AM – Noon
Student Activity Center

Voter Registration Drive
Sponsored by UTPB Honors Program – Deputy Voter Registrars and Student Government Association
10 AM – Noon
Student Activity Center

Constitution Day Lecture

“The Constitution as a Living Document”

Presented by Michael Frawley, PhD, Associate Professor of History & Dean of Student Success

Sponsored by the Office of Student Success, Department of History, and the Office of the Dean of Students

Click here to join via Teams

  1. Conrad Dunagan Library: Book Display
    Sponsored by the J. Conrad Dunagan Library
  2. Conrad Dunagan Library: Reference Guide
    The U.S. Political ScienceLibrary Reference Guide provides links to political science and history resourcesincluding the Congressional Research Service's Annotated U.S. Constitution.

Constitution Day Quiz - Online

All students are invited to complete an online Constitution Day quiz for a chance to win a bookstore gift card. Take the quiz!

To learn more about the U.S. Constitution and Constitution Day, please visit:, or visit the National Constitution Center’s Constitution Hall Pass, a free, engaging webcast and live chat series.

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