Outstanding Senior Awards in Public Justice

Outstanding Senior In Public Justice (General)

Given to a graduating senior with a major or second major in Public Justice in recognition of superior academic performance and service to the College and the community.
 Criteria for Eligibility:
    1. Graduating Senior
    2. Major or second major in Public Justice
    3. Grade Point Average (cum GPA of 3.0 or higher)
    4. Service to the College and the community

Students can be nominated (by either faculty or students) or may apply directly. Each applicant must submit a letter of application, transcript, resume, personal statement, and two letters of recommendation. Applications will be reviewed by a selection committee. The award winner will receive a framed certificate and engraved plaque. The award will be presented at Honors Convocation.


Outstanding Senior in Public Justice (Law Enforcement)

Given to a graduating senior with a major or second major in Public Justice with an interest in pursuing a career in law enforcement. Selection will be on the basis of academic achievement and service to the College and the community.
Criteria for Eligibility:
    1. Graduating senior
    2. Major or double major in Public Justice
    3. Interest in pursuing a career in law enforcement
    4. Grade Point Average (cum GPA of 3.0 or higher)
    5. Service to the College and the community

 

Students can be nominated (by either faculty or students) or may apply directly. Each applicant must submit a letter of application, transcript, resume, personal statement and two letters of recommendation. Applications will be reviewed by a screening committee. The award winner will receive a plaque donated by the Fraternal Order of Police. The award will be presented at Honors Convocation.