The Center for Constitutional Studies at Utah Valley University is a nonpartisan academic institute that promotes the instruction, study, and research of constitutionalism. It is preparing a new generation of citizens and leaders with a broad understanding of political thought critical to the perpetuation of constitutional government, ordered liberty, and the rule of law. Your gift will support important educational programs that help the center carry out its mission.

The center has hosted such prominent figures as:

  • Two-time Pulitzer Prize winner David McCullough
  • Award-winning author and Harvard University Professor of Law Noah Feldman
  • Legal analyst and George Washington University Professor of Law Jonathan Turley
  • Emmy Award Nominee and Chair of the Dartmouth College Department of Religion Randall Balmer
  • Former U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Services and former governor Michael O. Leavitt
  • Pulitzer Prize-winning historian Jack Rakove
  • International Court of Justice member Judge Sir Christopher Greenwood


Creating Community Leaders

The Center allows UVU to be a leader in the fields of constitutional studies, political thought, law, and civic leadership, and to provide educational, scholarly, and public outreach endeavors across the state, the nation, and the globe. Through its undergraduate mentoring and assistantships, students are able to better prepare themselves for graduate school, law school, and a variety of jobs in the public and private sectors.


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