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CJS Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors need to be sure to sign up for an Experience Session for Academic and Internship advising.

CJA t-shirt sale

The Criminal Justice Association is selling t-shirts again this semester. Show your support and get yours today!

Breaking Barriers

Listen to Dr. Cara Rabe-Hemp and CJS senior Kaitlyn Goodrum discuss women in criminal justice with WGLT's Jim Browne.

CJS Awards

Each year, the CJS Department recognizes its outstanding students. Check out the Scholarships and Aid page for past award recipients and applications for our 2016 awards.

Illinois State University Criminal Justice Sciences


Fall 2016 Interns

Fall Internship Packets are due no later than 3 p.m. on Tuesday, March 1, 2016.

Walk-in Advising

Walk-in academic and internship advisement is now available. Academic advisement will be limited to summer school questions, academic probation, eligibility for the internship, concerns about progress in a specific course, personal issues as they relate to academics, military deployment, or study abroad.  Students who have already attended a Spring 2016 Experience Session may also use walk-in hours. Internship Advisement will be limited to current interns and seniors who are planning to intern in the summer or fall of 2016. You MUST attend an Experience Session to find out more about your fall classes, graduation, and internship.

Internship Orientation Meetings

Juniors planning to intern in spring 2017 need to attend an Internship Orientation Meeting. Sign up now!

Looking to change your major?

Students who would like to change their major to Criminal Justice should attend an Information Session.


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Scotland trip life-changing experience for ISU seniorSamantha Garner, a senior criminal justice sciences major from Watseka, spent the fall semester studying abroad at Glasgow Caledonian University in Glasgow, Scotland.
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Nearly $300,000 grant to explore new crime-scene technologyA nearly $300,000 grant from the National Institutes of Justice will allow an interdisciplinary research team at Illinois State University to explore the viability—and the legal uses—of new crime-scene technology.
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