President: Ashleigh Radvansky
Vice-President: Coy Hill
Secretary: Montana Nolan
Club Council Representative: Joseph Mitzel
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Troy Payne
Email the Justice Club at firstname.lastname@example.org or see facebook.com/UaaJusticeClub
Justice Club Upcoming Meetings and Activities
Next Meeting: Wed., Sept 23rd at 5:30pm in LIB 207B
All Justice Club meeting and activities will be announced on the UAA Student Organization website at: https://uaa.collegiatelink.net/organization/justice-club/events. You can also keep track of all our club news on the Justice Center blog under the label Justice Club.
Please Note: Students must be a club member and be current on club dues to participate in club sanctioned tours.
About the UAA Justice Club
What is the UAA Justice Club?
We are a University-sponsored club formed to bring together students interested in the Justice field. We meet regularly to exchange information on relevant Justice topics, hear guest speakers, travel on field trips to Justice facilities, and to act as a support and social network for students and faculty in the UAA Justice program.
Who can be a member of the Justice Club?
The Club is open to all UAA students who are in good academic standing, regardless of their major.
What are some of the Club's past activities?
Our guest speakers have included attorneys, police officers, mediators, private consultants, probation officers, abuse counselors, and others locally involved in the Justice field. The club has viewed new videos and sponsored tours of several prisons, the State Crime Lab, the Anchorage jail, the Anchorage FBI office, the Anchorage courthouse on 4th Avenue, McLaughlin Youth Center, and other facilities. We've also held picnics and parties for both students and faculty. On occasion, the Justice Club has sponsored members to attend annual meetings of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences.
What does the Club hope to do in the future?
We intend to continue our program of guest speakers, tours, and social events. We also hope to expand our membership to involve other majors and disciplines, as well as those Justice students at UAA's extended campuses. In short, we hope to grow.
How to Apply
Justice Club Application Form
Membership in the Club is $5.00 per semester or $8.00 for a full academic year. The application form can be filled out online and printed out. Please deliver your completed application to one of the officers at a Justice Club meeting or drop it off in the Justice Center office.
Justice Club & Pre-law Society members begin State Crime Lab tour in lobby - Feb 2013.