Interested In Political Thought?
Fond Of The Founders?
Crazy About The Constitution?
Become a member of the James Madison Program’s Undergraduate Fellows Forum and gain access to exclusive opportunities to converse about topics such as constitutional law, religious freedom, and politics with notable statesmen, political leaders, Princeton faculty, and our esteemed group of residential Visiting Fellows. It doesn’t matter whether you regard yourself as on the right or left, progressive or conservative, or none of the above.
What matters is that you want to think critically, deeply, and for yourself.
We not only accept, but enthusiastically welcome, a range of viewpoints on the questions of constitutional law and political thought that are at the heart of the program’s mission.
To apply for membership in the James Madison Undergraduate Fellows Forum, please submit the following form, which includes a statement of no more than 400 words, explaining your interest in political thought.
In the statement, please include details of your studies, extracurricular activities and work experience, information about your interests in political thought and constitutional law, and the type of contribution you would like to make to the forum. Please also describe your expectations of the forum.
Your statement should be no more than 400 words.