Criminal Justice Sciences
Advisement for CJS Majors:
I attended an Experience Session: There will be walk-in hours with Leslie Harris and Susan Woollen for students who attended an Experience Session.
Monday, March 16 – 1:30-4pm
Tuesday, March 17-1-4pm
Wednesday, March 18-1:30-4pm
Thursday, March 19-1-4pm
Monday, March 23-1:30-4pm
Wednesday, March 25-1:30-4pm
Thursday, March 26- 1-4pm
Monday, March 30-1:30-4pm
Wednesday, March 31-1:30-4pm
Thursday, April 1- 1-4pm
Keep checking the website for more hours starting on March 30th and continuing through most of April.
I did not attend an Experience Session: If you did not attend an Experience Session during the Advising Period (February 3 – March 5), you should attend a make-up session if you will need academic and internship advisement. These are the only make-up sessions that will be made available. Once you attend a session, you may meet individually with an advisor during walk-in hours.
Click here to make an appointment if you are a Sophomore with 24-59 completed hours.
Wednesday, March 18 - 8:30-9:30am
Tuesday, March 24 - 11am-12pm
Click here to make an appointment if you are a Junior with 60-89 completed hours.
Thursday, March 19 - 8:30-9:30am
Tuesday, March 24 - 2-3pm
Click here to make an appointment if you are a Senior with 90 or more completed hours. Seniors who will be completing an internship in Summer or Fall 2015 must attend in order to receive an override to register for internship credits.
Tuesday, March 24th 10-10:45 am
Friday, March 27th 9:30-10:15 am
Tuesday, March 31st 8:00 - 9:00 am
Special note: Students who are experiencing complex advising issues, such as being on academic probation, eligibility for the internship, concerns about progress in a specific course, personal issues that are affecting academic performance, military deployment, independent studies/research assistant/teaching assistant credits, or study abroad may use walk-in hours, however, plans of study will not be available.
If you have questions about our new appointment procedure, please call 309-438-7626 or email email@example.com.
CJS will be offering courses that will work towards your CJS major or minor in Summer 2015. Click here to see the online and on-campus classes that will satisfy core or elective requirements. You can also go to the University's Summer Session website to view course offerings from other departments.
Social Work Day 2015-Poverty: A Private Trouble or Public Issue?
Fri, March 27, 2015 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM Alumni Center - attendance is free but CEUs will be $40