Alpha Phi Sigma
Criminal Justice Honor Society, Penn State Altoona - Gamma Eta Chapter.
The mission of Alpha Phi Sigma is to promote critical
thinking, rigorous scholarship
and life-long learning; to keep
abreast of the advances in scientific research,
to evaluate the
ethical standards of the criminal justice professions and to
sustain in the public mind the benefits and necessity
of education and professional
Current (2011-2012) Penn State Altoona's Alpha Phi Sigma - Gamma Eta Chapter
Executive Board Members:
President - Erika Seasoltz (els5160)
Vice President - Derek Young (djy5021)
Treasurer - Jenifer Rinard (jir5233)
Secretary - Stephanie Sanford (sas5605)
Meeting Time &
Location: Fall 2011
meetings are held Thursdays during the Common Hour (12:15 p.m. - 1:05 p.m.) in
Become a member of
Gamma Eta, Penn
chapter of Alpha Phi Sigma
You must have completed
one-third of the total credits required for graduation (43 credits for B.A. or
B.S. students, 22 credits for associate degree students)
must have completed at least 4 CRIMJ courses.
must have an overall grade point average of 3.2 or above and have a g.p.a. of
3.2 or above in courses required by the major.
If you are unsure
about whether or not you qualify, contact Dr. Day who will be glad to help you
check your records. National membership dues are $40.00, which is a one
payment. This payment must be made with a cashier’s check or money order made
out to Alpha Phi Sigma.
more information on Alpha Phi Sigma and the benefits of membership, please check
the web site of the national office at www.alphaphisigma.org.
are in the literature tray next to the criminal justice program bulletin board
Click here for a membership application:
Phi Sigma Application
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