The purpose of the Sociology/Criminology Club (SCC) is to provide a forum for undergraduate students who are interested in criminology and sociology.
The mission of the SCC is to inform its members about careers, internships, graduate study, and other opportunities available in criminology and sociology and to provide a setting in which they can meet and socialize with other students who share similar interests.
Membership in, association with, and benefits emanating from the SCC and its related activities shall be based upon such considerations as performance, educational achievement, and other criteria related to the goals of the SCC and the purposes of its activities. The SCC does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, age, gender, sexual orientation, disability, veteran status, marital status, or political beliefs.
The SCC meets approximately three times a semester and brings in guest speakers to discuss important and interesting issues in the field of sociology. In addition to general meetings, the Soc/Crim Club participates in community service projects throughout the year that are selected by the members. Meeting dates and times as well as topics are published via email, hall posters, and sociology courses.
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