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EU is celebrating Constitution Week from September 17th through September 22nd!

Learn fun facts about the U.S. Constitution while

enjoying sweet treats and great prizes!

Check out Constitution Week library displays on all three campuses: Boca Raton, Orlando and Sarasota! The Sarasota campus will also be bringing presentations into the classrooms throughout the week.

The following events are taking place on the Boca Raton campus:

Monday 9/17:

“Politics, Puzzles and Prizes”: Pick up word finds and crossword puzzles from Student Services. Prizes for the first five students with correct answers.

Tuesday 9/18:

Voters registration in the student wing lobby, from 10:30 a.. – 12:30 p.m., and from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. SGA Meeting – open to student body, will take place in Room 111 at 1 p.m. and 5:30 p.m. (discussion of upcoming SGA elections)

Thursday 9/20:

Chat with Ben Franklin in the Student Lounge (one of our instructors dresses up like Ben Franklin and stands at a table to discuss significant events): at 10:30 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.

Saturday, 9/22:

Tell us why you’re proud to be an American! Submit a paragraph about why you’re proud to be an American. Student Services will display your statement in the student lounge.

The following events are taking place on the Orlando campus:

Monday 9/17:

  • Constitution Quiz Distributed!
  • Pass out Mini Constitutions!

Tuesday 9/18:

  • Voter Registration  Drive from 5:30—6:30pm

Wednesday 9/19:

  • Voter Registration Drive from 5:30—6:30pm
  • Constitution Facts Word Find Distributed!
  • Patriotic BAKE SALE! (Benefitting Cystic Fibrosis)

Thursday 9/20:

  • Constitution Quizzes Due for Prize Entry!
  • Patriotic BAKE SALE! (Benefitting Cystic Fibrosis)

Check with your campus to see what other special events are taking place!

Are you an online student? Check back here later in the week for a special Constitution themed Virtual Display!

To read more about the Constitution or the text of the Constitution itself, please visit the National Archives at:

Questions? Contact your librarians!

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