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CJS Student Organizations

Students are invited to join the National Criminal Justice Honor Society (Alpha Phi Sigma Zeta) or the Criminal Justice Student/Professional Association (Omega Phi Delta). Read more about these organizations below.

Alpha Phi Sigma, Zeta Chapter

The National Criminal Justice Honor Society



Alpha Phi Sigma is a nationally recognized chapter for academic performance. It has been recognized for two years as the "Top Student Organization on Campus." Some of the many benefits include:

  • Assesses Criminal Justice faculty and classes each term
  • Sponsors community, social and guest speaker events
  • A number of federal government agencies will place APS members one pay grade above entry level
Officers

President: Casey Kelly

Vice President: Jennifer Fiore

Secretary: Jennie Hueneman

Treasurer: Christine Fisher



Dues

Regular Membership: $40.00

Associate Membership: $20.00 yearly

Omega Phi Delta

The Criminal Justice Student/Professional Association





Omega Phi Delta is very active on campus and has been recognized as the "Top Student Organization on Campus." Some of their activities include:

  • Host employment representatives on a bi-monthly basis
  • Actively involved in community, regional and national criminal justice events, e.g. Midwestern Criminal Justice Association, The Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, etc.
  • Host Athletic and social events
Officers

President: Casey Kelly

Vice President: Jennifer Fiore

Secretary: Jennie Hueneman

Treasurer: Christine Fisher



Dues

$50.00 per semester