Criminology & Criminal Justice Residential Learning Community

The Criminology & Criminal Justice Academic Residential Learning Community (CCJ RLC) is an on-campus residence community for all first-year, Criminal Justice majors. 

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Criminology and Criminal Justice RLC

Goals:

  1. Provide a community for Criminal Justice majors that encourages academic and professional success through networking opportunities with those working in the field. 
  2. Provide its members with opportunities to socialize on-campus with other Criminal Justice majors.

Community Advantages:

  • Co-enrollment in CRJ 110 classes with other CCJ RLC members
  • An on-floor Resident Assistant tutor specializing in Criminal Justice
  • A common living area on the CCJ RLC floor reserved for its members
  • Programming and social events specifically targeting Criminal Justice topics
  • Special accessibility to Professors in the Department of Criminology & Criminal Justice
  • Partnership with the on-campus, professional organization, the Criminal Justice Society

To Apply:

On the housing contract, select Criminology from the Residential Learning Community drop down list on the Housing contract.