The Center for Constitutional Studies at Utah Valley University was established in September, 2011. The Center is a nonpartisan academic institute that promotes the instruction, study, and research of constitutionalism. It employs a multidisciplinary approach to effectively equip a new generation of citizens and leaders with a broad understanding of political thought and economic and political practices critical to the perpetuation of constitutional government, ordered liberty, and the rule of law.

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Events

Event being held at the Center for Constitutional Studies

Our goal at the Center is to increase constitutional literacy. Over the years, we have hosted many events featuring distinguished scholars and public servants. Videos of most of our guests' talks are available in the "Past Events" page.

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The Quill Project

Constitutional Convention

Immerse yourself in the Constitutional Convention of 1787 and the Utah Constitutional Convention of 1895 with the Quill Project!

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Federalism Curriculum

Utah State Capitol Building

The Federalism Curriculum is sponsored, provided, and made available by the Commission on Federalism.

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Highlights

U.S. Constitution

Learn about various CCS happenings, co-sponsored events, and staff accomplishments.

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Wood Assistants

Learn about opportunities for students, including the Constitutional Studies minor, the Wood Assistantship, the Religious Liberty essay contest, and Foundations student publication.

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