In late 2004, Senator Byrd passed a legislation requiring that all schools, colleges and Federal agencies receiving Federal funds offer annual educational programming involving the Constitution of the United States on Constitution Day, September 17, the anniversary of the day the framers signed the document.
Constitution Day is observed by spotlighting historic events, influential people and the document itself. The purpose of this celebration is to encourage the UH community to continue learning and appreciating this living document which, despite its birth over 200 years ago, still plays an integral role in our everyday lives.
UH will be celebrating Constitution Day this year on September 18th. Check back soon for details about this year’s celebration!