*This learning community is now full. Additional applicants will be placed on a wait list and notified in July if space becomes available. Please consider the Bearkat Learning Community as an alternative.*
Criminal Justice Learning Community
This learning community is made up of like-minded students who hope to obtain a career in the criminal justice field. The Criminal Justice Community focuses on the many opportunities available in the field and the skills needed to continue along this path. The program allows students to form an educational bond with each other and with staff and faculty members of the College of Criminal Justice.
CRN: 82899 CRIJ 2361.74:
Introduction to the Criminal Justice System
CRN: 80104 HIST 1301.03:
United States History to 1876
CRN: 82490 UNIV 1301.74:
Introduction to Collegiate Studies
CRIJ 2362: Criminology
HIST 1302: United States History Since 1876
MUSC 2364: History of Rock, Jazz, and Popular Music
"It allowed me the opportunity to make long term friendships with people who displayed many of the same interests I have. We always had someone to study with or help us through things if we did not understand, due to the fact we had multiple classes together. Where someone else lacked there was someone there who didn't and was willing to help."
--Tanika, '13, Criminal Justice
"It provided me a great opportunity to make friends who had the same goals, making it easier to transition from high school to college. Also, we had fun hanging out together outside of class!"
--Roy, '13, Criminal Justice
"Being a part of the Criminal Justice Learning Community was a significant help my freshman year. I had classes with the same individuals and was able to gain positive relationships and excellent study groups. I am now a member in a great honor society."
--Erin-Audrey, '15, Criminal Justice, Minor: Legal Studies