The Criminology and Criminal Justice Undergraduate Student Association (CCJUSA) is designed to facilitate professional development, foster healthy undergraduate student culture, and contribute to the discipline through service and achievement among students majoring or minoring in CCJ.
The UMSL Criminology & Criminal Justice Department is committed to developing a culture of support and professional development for students. Undergraduate students majoring or minoring in CCJ are encouraged to get involved in the Criminology & Criminal Justice Undergraduate Student Association (CCJUSA) and strive to become members of the Alpha Phi Sigma (APS) National Honor Society.
Alpha Phi Sigma (APS), the National Criminal Justice Honor Society associated with the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, is looking for new members at UMSL (Pi Beta Delta Chapter). The organization is open to undergraduate students majoring or minoring in CCJ who have: 1) completed three semesters of coursework at UMSL, 2) completed four criminal justice courses at UMSL, 3) maintained an UMSL GPA of 3.2, and 4) maintained at 3.2 GPA in UMSL CCJ courses. More information about APS is available at their website.