Justice Learning Community
The Justice Residential Learning Community is open to students majoring in Criminology and Criminal Justice, Sociology and Political Science.
Residential Learning Communities (RLC) allow you to live with other students sharing the same academic major or special interest. As an RLC member, you have the opportunity to attend social and academic programs with other students, interact with faculty outside of the classroom, and get to know an upper division Community Mentor who shares your major or interest area.
Residential Learning Communities (RLC) are located in one of 10 Freshmen Connection Halls and participants are eligible for priority room selection. Additional information regarding room and roommate selection will be sent to student NAU email accounts if you are accepted into the RLC.
Seats in certain high-demand classes will be reserved for
freshman in this Learning Community. Your adviser will help you enroll in these
courses. Visit Priority
Enrollment to find out more about enrollment and advising.
Seats will be reserved in:
- CCJ 101 – Introduction to
Crime and Justice: introduces the branches of the U.S. justice
system and the policies, processes, controversies, and challenges facing the
justice system in the global world.
- FS 141 – First Year Seminar:
The Search for Justice: in a small seminar format, this course
will explore what we (and others) mean when they use the word
"justice," the intersections between economic, gender, racial/ethnic,
civic and global justice, threats to justice in the 21st century, and pathways
for building genuine justice.