Criminal Justice and Criminology majors must meet with an academic advisor before registering each semester.
To find out who your assigned advisor is, check your WINGS account.
- Students are responsible for keeping track of their progress toward their degree.
- Students are responsible for making sure to complete their graduation clearance packet three semesters before they plan to graduate.
- Students should arrive at their meeting with their advisor prepared. They should draft a list of preferred and alternate courses for the next semester. Also, they should come prepared to ask questions about course selection, preparation for graduation, and career planning.
William Wallace, Jr. and Dr. Lana Wachniak Scholarship (3537) Criteria: Applicants must be pursuing a degree offered in the area of Criminal Justice. Students must be enrolled full time at the time they receive the scholarship, be of junior status and must maintain full time enrollment throughout the award period. Students must remain in good standing with the University and with the college of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences and must maintain a 3.0 GPA. First preference shall be given to female students or minority students. Should all other qualifications be considered equal, financial need will be a deciding factor. Students applying for the scholarship must be of high moral character and must be considered a leader among their peers. Selection will be made without regard to age, race, area of residency, marital status, or religious preference. The scholarship shall be renewable as long as the student continues to meet the established criteria and remains in good academic standing with the University.
Justice Studies Club
Open to all Criminal Justice and Criminology majors. Club members have numerous opportunities to network with criminal justice professionals throughout the year. This group organizes the annual internship and career fair, one of the Criminal Justice Departments signature events. Monthly meetings include presentations from guest speakers, as well as opportunities to interact with and get to know fellow Justice Studies students outside of the classroom.
Current 2020-21 Justice Studies Club Officers
- President – Abi Fritz
- Vice President – Jada Franklin
- Treasurer – Caleb Walker
- Secretary – Niyah Wilson
- Service Officer – Destiny Jones
- Research Officer – Antavious Tucker
- Pre-Law / Practitioner Officer – Kalia Moore
- Faculty Advisors: Drs. Caitlin Brady, Akiv Dawson, and Amanda Graham
- Like the Justice Studies Club on Facebook
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Program of Study Curriculum
- Mission Statement
- Frequently Asked Questions
- Program of Study Form
- Sample Curriculum
- Student Learning Outcomes
Registration and Graduation
- Registration Form
- Cyber Certificate Registration Form
- Application for Cybercrime Certificate
- Independent Study Form
- Graduation Checklist
- Academic Intervention Plan
- Exit Survey Form
Last updated: 3/20/2022