Undergraduate students of all majors who have an interest in criminal justice are encouraged to become members of the Criminal Justice Association. Members participate in a variety of service projects and academic activities including
Raising money for local charities and social service organizations, including food pantries, domestic violence shelters, and homeless shelters.
Guest speakers are routinely invited to speak at meetings.
Visits to local criminal justice agencies.
The Criminal Justice Association has co-sponsored the Annual Social Sciences Internship/Job Fair and several department conferences.
Participation in Homecoming activities by building a float for the parade.
Join now and enjoy these benefits
Make contacts with professionals in the field
Build your résumé for internship and job placement
Get to know other students with similar interests
Become involved in the Criminal Justice Sciences Department
To become a member, simply fill out the membership form. You will need to bring a $15 check or money order to the next meeting. No cash will be accepted. 100% of member dues go to the club to benefit its members.
Criminal Justice Association Executive Board
President: Helena Gill Vice President: Nastasha Powers Secretary: Scott Allen Treasurer: Matt Pazienza Diversity and Inclusion Chair: Amanda Zettl Social Media Chair: Dean Zubi