Student clubs & organizations
Find your opportunity within NAU’s Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice
There are several departmental clubs to choose from that will enable you to broaden your experience, network with peers and mentors, and round out the learning that takes place in the classroom. Take a look, attend a few meetings, and discover which ones are the perfect match for you!
Clubs and organizations
Criminal Justice ClubAccordion Closed
The Criminal Justice Club is open to anyone who has declared a major or minor in criminal justice or is planning a career, or has personal interest in, the field of criminal justice. The Criminal Justice Club is an organization that will help prepare you for your transition into the professional criminal justice environment, and facilitate your community involvement and justice-related service.
Alpha Phi Sigma, Criminal Justice Honor SocietyAccordion Closed
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. Requirements for membership include:
- a declared major or minor in criminal justice
- completion of at least four criminal justice courses
- an overall GPA of 3.2 or higher
- a 3.2 GPA in your criminal justice courses
Criminology & Criminal Justice Graduate Student AssociationAccordion Closed
This organization is open to all graduate students enrolled in the Master of Applied Criminology Program.
Additional NAU student organizations
Gain experience, meet new people, and get involved on campus with more than 375 NAU student organizations.