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Criminal Justice & Criminology

College of Arts & Sciences

Criminal Justice Society

The Criminal Justice Society is a student-led organization designed to present members with the opportunity to network with their peers and practitioners in the field. It is open to anyone interested in a potential career in the criminal justice realm. Students to not have to be criminal justice majors or minors to participate.

Please explore the tabs below to learn more about our organization and we hope that you consider becoming a member!



The group meets every other week during the fall and spring semesters. These are held on Mondays at 4:00 in Rogers-Stout #227. We typically feature guest speakers who discuss their career experiences and allow members to ask any questions that they have.


We attempt to schedule a diverse group of speakers each semester. These individuals have extensive experience in the criminal justice field and many are former graduates of our programs. In recent years, we have welcomed individuals from the Secret Service, ATF, TBI and local police departments.

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