Student Organizations / Clubs

GROUPS

Alpha Phi Sigma National Criminal Justice Honor Society

  • Alpha Phi Sigma is the only National Criminal Justice Honor Society for Justics Studies majors. The society recognizes academic excellence of undergraduate, graduate students of criminal justice, as well as juris doctorate.
  • Alpha Phi Sigma's Website
  • Iota Chapter - SJSU Website

Chi Pi Sigma Fraternity

  • Chi Pi Sigma is a coeducational, professional, criminal justice fraternity exclusively at San Jose State University. Student members are individuals, of varying majors, with career goals in the criminal justice system such as: law, law enforcement, probation, corrections, and so on. For over 75 years, our student members have gone into these respective fields on a local, state, and federal level, as well as the private sector. The primary objective of the Fraternity is to assist members with occupational preparedness, career selection, career acquisition and to provide a fertile environment for academic study and social networking. Chi Pi Sigma also supports and promotes the Justice Studies Department, strives to improve the campus environment and makes positive contributions to the local community through numerous volunteer opportunities and committee involvement. Email us at ChiPiSigmaSJSU@gmail.com to learn more and to find out how to become a member.
  • Chi Pi Sigma's Website

Forensic Science Students - Forensic Science Club (FSS)

  • Our purpose is to provide the forum for forensic science students to exchange information on course work, scholarships and to promote mentoring, and to make available activities which reflect the interest of the group. We facilitate contacts within the forensic science community in order to provide internships, guest speakers and future job opportunities.
  • Forensic Science Club Website 
  • CSI Camp Information

Justice Studies Task Force

  • Founded in the fall of 2009, the Justice Studies Student Group Task Force was created to promote camaraderie and collaboration between the student groups in the Justice Studies Department. The Task Force is made up of two members of each of the JS student groups as well as representatives from the graduate program and recent JS alumni.The task force is responsible for organizing and running the Fall and Spring JS convocations along with the annual Confidence Challenge. The Confidence Challenge is a physical agility event in which teams compete against one another in a friendly but challenging version of the physical agility test for law enforcement with a creative twist. The purpose of this competition is to give students and faculty an idea of the physical challenges which must be met by law enforcement candidates, but more importantly, it promotes camaraderie and companionship throughout the Justice Studies Department.
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