Alpha Phi Sigma - Michigan State University

Alpha Phi Sigma--Criminal Justice Honors Society

Alpha Phi Sigma is the National Criminal Justice Honor's Society. It is a professional student organization that recognizes the academic and civic achievements of criminal justice majors. We have a large chapter here at Michigan State University that engages in volunteer work, field trips, monthly meetings with practitioners, and various social activities as well. This organization is recognized by the Federal Government, and membership will afford you points toward your Federal applications when you apply.

WHO IS ELIGIBLE?
Alpha Phi Sigma is open to both Undergraduates and Graduates who are pursuing Criminal Justice as either their primary or secondary major. The eligibility requirements are below:

Undergraduates:
- Must have completed a minimum of 4 classes (12 credits) in Criminal Justice coursework to be eligible.
- Must have at least a 3.2/4.0 overall GPA
- Must have at least a 3.2/4.0 GPA in your Criminal Justice classes

Graduates:
- Must have completed a minimum of 4 classes (12 credits) of Criminal Justice coursework to be eligible.
- Must have at least a 3.4/4.0 overall GPA.
- Must have at least a 3.4/4.0 GPA in your Criminal Justice classes.

Membership Dues:
- There is a one-time, life-time membership due of $50 that is paid during the first semester you join APS.
- Each semester, members are required to pay a $25 local chapter due.
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APPLICATION: Email Tim Homberg at: hombergt@msu.edu for a fillable application. (read less)