Several opportunities and activities are available to students of criminal justice and criminology. There are two criminal justice organizations on campus, Alpha Phi Sigma (APS) and Lambda Alpha Epsilon (LAE), which can put you in touch with others who share your interests. You can join field study groups or even study abroad.

The CJC department has an honors program for students who are eligible. Students interested in receiving departmental honors in criminal justice and criminology can apply to the program during the sophomore year. For more information, contact Dr. Bryan Byers.

If you're looking for more opportunities to get involved, Ball State has more than 300 student organizations that meet regularly, plan activities, and engage their members. And Ball State has many clubs, organizations, and intramural sports teams available to fit any interest or hobby you have. Life at Ball State is an opportunity to do what you love, meet new people, and try new things. Get out there and join.