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Criminal Justice Association

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.

Want to get involved?