The Georgetown Center for the Constitution hosts an annual Student Fellows Program, which takes place during the Fall semester.

  • How to Qualify: To become a Student Fellow, students are required to attend at least three Center-sponsored events in the Fall semester. Events are posted on our website, the OSL broadcast, and through our mailing list. SIGN IN SHEETS ARE AVAILABLE AT EACH EVENT. 
  • Fellowship Details: Membership in the Student Fellows Program provides special access to activities such as lunchtime conversations with the nation’s leading experts on constitutional law, discussions with authors in a Recent Books on the Constitution series, and private meetings with speakers prior to co-sponsored Center events.
  • Perks: As a qualifying member of the Student Fellows Program, students are invited to attend the Center’s annual Salmon P. Chase Lecture at the United States Supreme Court. Each student fellow also receives a special lifetime gift from the Center.

For more information on becoming a Student Fellow or to join our mailing list, please email the Program Manager at elana.quint@georgetown.edu for the registration form.

Fall 2022 Programming

Programming for the Fall 2022 semester has concluded. Thank you to our distinguished lecturers and students for a successful series. For additional information on our past events, please visit the following page on our website:

Previous Events

Georgetown Law students at the National Archives in April 2022

Georgetown Law students at the National Archives in April 2022