Get involved by joining one of the university’s clubs or
organizations dedicated to the pursuit of justice.
Criminal Justice Club
What is the Criminal Justice Club?
The Criminal Justice Club is an organization that will:
- help prepare you for your transition into the
professional criminal justice environment
- inform you about issues in the criminal justice
- provide you with a way to get together with
others who share your interests while advocating community involvement and
Who can join?
The Criminal Justice Club is open to anyone who has declared
a major or minor in criminal justice or who is planning a career or has
personal interest in the field of criminal justice.
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Alpha Phi Sigma - Criminal Justice Honor Society
Alpha Phi Sigma is the National Criminal Justice Honor
Society for criminal justice majors. Supported by the Academy of Criminal
Justice Sciences, Alpha Phi Sigma recognizes the academic excellence of
undergraduate and graduate students of criminal justice. Alpha Phi Sigma
provides an opportunity to meet and form relationships with others who have a
commitment to learning about and improving the criminal justice system.
At Northern Arizona University, Delta chapter has
established a strong commitment to campus involvement, community service and
the promotion of leadership and unity.
Requirements for membership include:
- a declared major or minor in criminal justice
- completion of at least four criminal justice
- an overall GPA of 3.2 or higher
- a 3.2 GPA in your criminal justice courses
For more information, you can go to the Alpha Phi Sigma website.
For more information about the club's meetings and upcoming
events, contact the faculty adviser, Ken Cruz
Criminology & Criminal Justice Graduate Student Association
This is an organization specifically for students in the
Master of Applied Criminology program.
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Phi Alpha Delta-International Law Fraternity
Learn more about Phi Alpha Delta at their website.
Security Club (CorpSec)
Interested in criminal investigations, white-collar
crime, or law enforcement? Do you want to get a job with a high starting wage,
and in a management capacity? Learn about the fastest growing criminal justice
disciplines in the world? Make contacts with potential employers? Get involved
with professional organizations? For more information, email the CorpSec
Our mission is to promote Alternative Dispute Resolution
(ADR) techniques through club meetings and social events in which we will
discuss current and future applications of ADR. Find us on Facebook!
Thanks to the research of our faculty, we are proud to be
associated with the following organizations:
Arizona Innocence Project
Learn more about
the Arizona Innocence Project here.
National Domestic Violence Fatality Review
Learn more about the National
Domestic Violence Fatality Review Initiative here.