To promote a positive academic attitude and provide an atmosphere conducive to learning and growth by emphasizing the critical importance of scholarship and good study habits to new members. To establish good citizenship, and bonds between other students looking toward the main goal of protecting the citizens on campus and once graduate provide protection to all citizens. To establish a network between student to improve academic success, and help when one is in need. And overall help prepare for student to find a future in the Criminal Justices fields available to them.
The fundamental mission of the Criminal Justice Club is to enable students to belong to an organization which will stimulate high academic expectation, personal achievement and thoughtful engagement on the campus and in the community.
To encourage the intellectual, personal, and social development of the membership.
To create an environment of diversity in which different world views are respected and people from various backgrounds and experiences are invited to participate.
Every second meeting throughout the semester shall sufficiently provide for open discussion in order to assess the needs and concerns of club members.
To actively work toward program solutions in conjunction with students, faculty, and other concerned individuals or organizations on our campus and in the greater community.
To work closely with elected and appointed officials of the appropriate level for the successful implementation of program goals.
The Criminal Justice Club is open to anyone on campus and any major.
To summarize the goals, it is here to provide a network between the students and also between the faculty.
President: DeAsiah McIntosh
Vice-President: Di'Vine Davenport
Secretary: Emily Becker
Treasurer: Taylor Comer