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Criminal justice students are encouraged to participate in criminal justice student organizations.
Alpha Phi Sigma
Alpha Phi Sigma is the national criminal justice honor society. It is designed to recognize academic excellence among criminal justice students. Being recognized through membership in Alpha Phi Sigma is an honor. Students in the group may also wish to participate in conferences, scholarship competitions, social activities and more.
What are the requirements for membership?
Both undergraduate and graduate students are eligible for membership. Requirements for undergraduate students are as follows:
- Have declared a major or minor in criminal justice
- Have completed at least 40 credit hours of coursework
- Have completed at least four criminal justice courses at Radford University
- Have an overall grade point average of 3.2 or higher
- Have a criminal justice grade point average of 3.2 or higher
Requirements for graduate students are as follows:
- Be enrolled in a graduate (master's degree) program in criminal justice
- Have completed at least four graduate CRJU courses at Radford University
- Have an overall grade point average of 3.4 or higher
- Have a criminal justice grade point average of 3.4 or higher
Please be aware that "completed coursework" does not count the courses that you are currently taking. Also, GPA's can not be rounded up.
For information about joining Alpha Phi Sigma, please contact Dr. Lindsay Kahle Semprevivo, the chapter advisor.
Click here for the Membership Application.
Lambda Alpha Epsilon is a professional criminal justice fraternity, whose members participate in variety of criminal justice and service-related activities. For additional information, contact the advisor, Dr. 'Shawn Smith.