Student Activities

Make Your Campus Experience Memorable and Get Involved!

With student officers and an advisor on faculty, the CJA was created in 1987 and has grown into a successful organization offering many activities and functions.

The mission?  To provide students with experiences that enhance their field of interest and training in law enforcement, corrections, and security administration. 

The organization supports and emphasizes the importance of getting into a successful career!

Open to all majors/minors. CJA actively participates in Bod Blast, Homecoming, Career Days, and so much more! 

2018-2019 Executive Officers

President: Acting President - Abby Blankenship

Acting Vice-President(s): Luke Davis

Secretary: Jennifer Volentir

Treasurer: Daniel Hauskins

Historian: Karina Lazo

Committee Chairs:

  • Membership - Acting Committee Chair - Colton Brown
  • Fundraising - vacant
  • Social Media - vacant

Meeting dates and times: the CJA will meet the last Tuesday of each month in the Mabee Library, Room 105 (downstairs). The meeting dates/times are as follows:

 

  • 4:30-5:00 – KCA Student Chapter officers and general members meeting 
*CJA updated meeting date for March is Thursday, March 21st. 
  • 3:00-3:45 – CJ Association general member meeting
  • 3:45-4:15 – CJA Officer’s meeting

For information, please contact President Alyssa New at alyssa.new@washburn.edu

CJA Membership Form (.pdf)

The KCA Student Chapter (KCA-SC) is affiliated with the American Correctional Association and a subgroup of the WU Criminal Justice Association.

Be part of a student organization dedicated to the goal of improving the corrections profession, cultivating knowledge of the corrections system, and promoting communication among persons interested in corrections.

2018-2019 Officers

  • President:  vacant 
  • Vice President: Rachel (“Bug”) Steimle
  • Secretary:  Jennifer Volentir
  • Treasurer:  Daniel Hauskins
  • Historian:  Karina Lazo

Meeting dates and times:
*See CJA drop down menu for meeting dates and times


For questions, please contact Vice President Rachel Steimle at rachel.steimle@washburn.edu

The goals of Alpha Phi Sigma? 

To honor and promote academic excellence, community service, and educational leadership!  Join today and get recognized for your academic efforts!  

Alpha Phi Sigma is the only Criminal Justice Honor Society which is a certified member of the Association of College Honor Societies and affiliated with the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences. 

Open to undergraduate, and graduate students of Criminal Justice, as well as Juris Doctorate students with a minimum GPA of 3.2.


Alpha Phi Sigma National Honor Society


*Email Dr. Patricia Dahl for more information regarding APS, CJA or KCA.

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