Monday January 30th ... sign-up sheet posted for advising appointments for Fall classes

Tuesday January 31st ... mandatory new majors meeting. MLC 147 at 5:00 PM

Monday February 6th ... start advising appointments for Fall classes

This is NOT a general internship information meeting. This meeting is mandatory for those who have been working with Mr Krohn to actually place into their internship during the Spring 2017 semester.

26 August ... applications to the major for Fall 2016 admissions are due (hard copy of the application form only; DegreeWorks print out, transcript, etc no longer required) to the CJ office by 5:00 pm

On March 14th, 2016, Dr. Steven E. Clark, Presley Center for Crime and Justice Studies Director and Professor of Psychology at University of California, Riverside, gave the 7th annual Susette M.

fortunately, the same 32 came out. On Wednesday, March 30th, 2016 students, faculty and staff of the CJ program made a field trip to Atlanta. First stop was the Federal Penitentiary. Participants are picutred here on the steps of the main entrance.

Dr. Steven E. Clark, Presley Center for Crime and Justice Studies Director (University of California, Riverside), will give the 2016 Susette M. Talarico lecture at 11:00 am Monday March 14th in the Larry Walker Room of the UGA Law School Annex.

25 Feb ... 5:00 pm ... 326 Baldwin Hall ... General Internship Information meeting

14 Mar ... 11:00 am .. Walker Room, Law School Annex ... Talarico Lecture

21 Mar ... All Scholarship Applications due to Ms. Arnold

Each year, Criminal Justice Studies sponsors a banquet to recognize graduating seniors.  Nearly 200 faculty, students and their guests gathered on March 27th to celebrate their accomplishments.  Congratulations, class of 2015!

On March 3rd, Dr. Victor Rios of the University of California-Santa Barbara, will deliver the sixth annual Susette M. Talarico lecture at 11 a.m. in the Walker Room of Dean Rusk Hall on North Campus.   Dr.

This year’s alumni panel will be held during homecoming week on Friday, October 3rd.  Members of the panel share their observations and advice to students who are thinking about professional careers in criminal justice.  Alumni represent a wide variety of career fields, including law enforcement,

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