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Constitution Day


September 17th is recognized as Constitution Day & Citizenship Day in the U.S. Due to it falling on a Sunday this year, Vatterott will observe the day on September 18th, 2017.


Constitution Day is a day that is meant to commemorate the signing of the United States Constitution on the same date in 1787. The Constitution is a hallmark of everything that we stand for as a nation. As part of our involvement in this very important day, Vatterott has provided numerous resources that will help educate our students and faculty on the founding principles of our country. It is imperative that we enlighten our students on the core principles that have driven the prosperity of the United States for over two-hundred years.

Use the links below to conveniently navigate sites related to the U.S. Constitution. Providing these resources serves as an important step towards gaining essential knowledge about our Constitution and the people who were involved in its formulation.

About the Signers
Charters of Freedom
Constitution Day, Inc.
Founding Fathers
James Madison Papers
Interactive Constitution
The Constitution Game
Hi-Res Images
Independence Hall
Constitutional Initative
National Constitution Center
Ratification