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Gamma Chi Sigma - The Criminal Justice Club
Gamma Chi Sigma is a student run organization open to all Law and Justice Studies majors and minors. It is the local chapter of Lambda Alpha Epsilon, the American Criminal Justice Association. Professor Stanley Yeldell advises the group, which meets every other Monday in James Hall room 2095 from 11:00am-12pm.
The purpose of our organization is to further professionalism in all areas of criminal justice, whether as professionals or students. Additionally, involvement in Gamma Chi is a great way to meet other like-minded law and justice majors, network and learn about classes or professors.
As a student run organization Gamma Chi Sigma is what we make it, and currently we need interested law and justice students who want to make a substantial and positive contribution.
Current officers include:
Alpha Phi Sigma - Epsilon Nu - The Law & Justice Honor Society
Epsilon Nu is the local chapter of Alpha Phi Sigma, the National Criminal Justice Honor Society. The society recognizes academic excellence of undergraduate, graduate students of criminal justice, as well as juris doctorate.
Our current officers include:
All Law & Justice Studies majors or minors with a 3.2 GPA both overall and in Law & Justice Studies courses are welcome.
In order to become a member you must have:
Download the application and return it along with a $50 cashier's check or money order to Faculty Advisors, Professor Schell-Busey in Campbell Library 568 or Professor Johnson in Campbell Library 556.
Victim Awareness Club
The Victim Awareness Organization was conceived by Dr. Stanley Yeldell to address the prevailing victimization issues within the University Community. The Organization will disseminate the following information to the University student body and the State as a Community:
Moreover, the ultimate goal of the Organization is to host State and National Crime Victim Conferences and to establish local chapters at the 21 community colleges and the criminal justice colleges and universities within the State of New Jersey.
The membership is not limited to Law/Justice students but open to the entire student body of Rowan University and related Victim Assistance Programs.
Current officers include:
Pre-Law Society - for students interested in Law School