College of Arts and Sciences
Criminal Justice Department

Student Organizations

  •  The Criminal Justice Club 

    The Criminal Justice Club at Seattle University is a group of students interested in and dedicated to the criminal justice process, system, workings, and issues. Through engaging with faculty and the community and each other, students can learn about the system nation wide, and especially here in Seattle. The club offers multiple avenues into the professional world through tours, meet and greets, brown bag lunches, speakers, networking events and more. The club also offers social events to get to know your other club members. These include study break movie nights (often with crime drama movies) around finals each quarter and our annual Murder Mystery party. 

    ​CJC is also dedicated to being an active member with the SU community and the greater Seattle community. The club enters in charitable and awareness events such as Dance Marathon and Relay for Life. The club often partners with the Criminal Justice Honors Society (APS) for events and service like the Juvenile Detention Christmas Drive each winter. The club provides opportunities for leadership and service in the community and allows us reserved spaces in campus safety events like the Night Walk or helping Public Safety with officer tests. We strive to make the club a worthwhile and meaningful avenue to like-minded individuals, the faculty, and the professional world. We hope to see you soon!

    Officers

    President: Sarah Robinson
    I’m a senior Criminal Justice major from Littleton, Colorado. In my 4th year in club, I am really excited to revamp CJ club this year. I think networking and opportunities are the best things that club has to offer, but always along with lots of fun. I’ve worked with an SPD project and multiple faculty members on research in my time at SU. Last year the FBI offered me a job and I hope to pursue that after graduation. Outside of Criminal Justice, I am a 3rd year Resident Assistant and have worked at Disability Rights Washington. I’m very excited for this year and hope to see you at our events!

    Vice President: Natasha Wood
    I am a senior criminal justice major with a specialization in forensic psychology and minors in psychology and biology. I am originally from a small town in Montana. This is my fourth year as a member of Club and third as an officer. This year I hope to create a stronger bridge between Club and the professional criminal justice field, through field trips and frequent interactions with professionals in the careers we all hope to have in the future. Next year I hope to go to graduate school on the East Coast and receive a Master’s degree in Forensic Psychology and a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology after that. My goal is to eventually work for the FBI or another federal law enforcement agency.

    Secretary: Nicole Hazel Argamosa
    I am a junior from San Diego California, studying Criminal Justice with a specialization in Criminology. When I'm not studying I like to cycle around Seattle, play video games, or cook and bake for my friends. I hope to become a Victim's Advocate with my degree. This is my second year membership with the CJ club.

    Treasurer: Nathan Worden
    I originally am a non-traditional transfer student from Virginia Beach. I am a senior majoring in Criminal Justice with a Forensic Science specialization. This is my second year as an officer and third year with the Criminal Justice Club. I enjoy baking, cooking and reading in my spare time. One day, however, I would love to work as an agent for the DEA (Drug Enforcement Agency).​

    Membership Detail

    To be a member you must apply and pay the 1 time membership fee of $20 and fill out the membership form. You can fill out the form and submit your fee in cash or check (please make checks out to Criminal Justice Club) to any officer or in the club mailbox on the 4th floor of Casey.

    Upcoming Events:

    ​Juvenile Christmas Drive
    Study Break Movie Night (Date TBD)

    Questions can be directed to: Sarah Robinson: robins36@seattleu.edu 

    The Pi Delta Chapter of Alpha Phi Sigma

     APS Logo
    Students in the criminal justice field, we find it important to integrate our academic experience with real life experiences. We accomplish this by offering a range of volunteer opportunities to our student body, which will assist them in getting the experience that they need to become competitive in their field. We also offer guest speakers in a wide range of fields that will help guide our students in achieving their career goals. 

    The Pi Delta Chapter of Alpha Phi Sigma is aimed at serving the students and helping make their academic experience a positive one. We do this by holding activities outside of school, so that we can get to know each other better.

    Pi Delta Chapter of Alpha Phi Sigma - By Laws

    Officers 

    Membership details here.

    Upcoming events here.

    Questions can be directed to aps@seattleu.edu.  

    Graduation Regalia

     

    Download the Order Form here.   

    Forms will be collected at our next general meeting which will be announced on the Pi Delta Facebook page.

     

     

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