"The purpose of the Criminal Justice Club at Oakland University is to
assist OU students in exploring the wide variety of career options available
within the field of criminal justice. Our goal is to bring students with a
common interest together, and help them grow in their abilities and
knowledge within the field. This mission will be met through access to
educational, volunteer, and social activities."
officers range in class standing from an incoming freshman to a
second-semester senior, and our club is open to help and participation
from all levels of the student body. We're always looking for
hardworking and committed individuals to join our team. You do not have
to be a criminal justice major to become an officer in the club. If you
are interested in filling an upcoming vacancy for an officer's position,
please do not hesitate to contact us.
Faculty Advisor - Coordinator of Field & Student Support, Kimberly Byrd
President - Matthew Stouffer, Major: Criminal Justice
Vice President - Emily Andres, Major: Criminal Justice
Treasurer - Nicholas Walter, Major: Criminal Justice
Secretary - Paula Onuaha, Major: Criminal Justice
WHAT WE DO
The Criminal Justice Club at Oakland
University hosts club meetings with relevant guest speakers, and
coordinates with the Criminal Justice Department in promoting events on
campus. Future plans include social activities, tours of local
government and Criminal Justice-related facilities, and interaction with
local agencies in training opportunities.
WHEN WE MEET
The majority of our Fall 2013 semester meetings will take place on Tuesdays, from approximately 11:50 AM to 1:00 PM.
Meetings are not weekly, and room locations will vary, so
please send us an email requesting subscription to our updates if you
have not done so already.
If you have any questions about our organization, please do not hesitate to contact us.
By email at: CriminalJusticeClubOU@gmail.com
Or find us on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/oucjc
If you are an Oakland University Student, you can also find our organization on the Grizz Orgs