Criminal Justice Student Society


The Criminal Justice Student Society (CJSS) is a student organization, which strives to promote academic awareness and events for Criminal Justice majors and students interested in related academic fields of study. This group also assists in the networking of information related to Criminal Justice career opportunities and organizes educational experiences, such as trips, lectures, and tours in the hope of enhancing knowledge in the Criminal Justice field.

The Criminal Justice Department at UTEP is affiliated with the national American Criminal Justice Association known as Lambda Alpha Epsilon and is home to our local chapter – Lambda Epsilon Sigma.  If you are interested in joining or learning more about the organization, please contact one of the faculty advisors listed below.

 

CURRENT OFFICERS

PRESIDENT: Sean McKinney

VICE PRESIDENT: Bryan Oliver

SECRETARY: Alicia Martinez

TREASURER: Abraham Gonzalez

 

FACULTY ADVISORS:

Allison Rojek  amrojek@utep.edu

Egbert Zavala  egbertz@utep.edu 

 

CJ Student Members from UTEP and EPCC Meet at the Training Academy for a Gun Safety Class EPCC students are welcomed and encouraged to continue their Association memberships once they transfer over to UTEP.

CJ Student Members from UTEP and EPCC Meet at the Training Academy for a Gun Safety Class
EPCC students are welcomed and encouraged to continue their Association memberships once they transfer over to UTEP.