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Department of Sociology, Anthropology, and Social Work

Criminology Club

Why Should I Join the Criminology Club?
Any student interested in the study of crime and criminals would benefit from joining the club. Club members also get a more in-depth examination of the criminal justice field through our guest speakers and field trips. Finally, many of our members have developed professional contacts that have helped them in acquiring employment in the criminal justice field after graduation.

When are the Criminology Club Meetings?
We usually meet once or twice a month throughout the school year. The meetings are set by the club's officers and announced by email to the members.

For more information and to join our mailing list, please visit the Criminology Club's OrgSync page at https://orgsync.com/86233/chapter.

What is the Criminology Club?
The Criminology Club is a student organization designed to allow criminology and criminology/criminal justice-interested students a chance to meet and interact with professionals from the criminal justice field. All majors and areas of interest are welcome.

Criminology Club Contacts:
Jack Siebenburgen - Club President
Jeremy Briggs - Faculty Advisor

To find out more about us or how you can get involved:
Contact our President, Jack Siebenburgen or our Faculty Advisor, Dr. Briggs for any administration questions and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

How do I get involved in the Criminology Club?
You can come to any of the meetings or contact the President @jsiebs@ksu.edu and he will put you on the club's email mailing list.

Criminology Club Activities: The Criminology Club brings in speakers from different areas in the criminal justice system and also takes field trips to prisons, jails and other criminal justice agency sites. Furthermore, we help plan the Common Good Career Fair along with the Career Employment Services office. The career fair usually occurs in early March and we bring in employers representing criminal justice and social service agencies.