On line Registration and Credit Cards
Registration and Tentative Schedule: Registration20Flyer.pdf
Comprehensive Exams Fall 2015
Theory/Analysis Comprehensive Exam: October 2-4
Research Methods Comprehensive Exam: October 16-18
To sign up, email Dr. Dulcinea Lara at firstname.lastname@example.org
In the subject line of your e-mail type: MCJ COMPS Fall 2015
In the body of the message, include your:
NMSU e-mail handle
Banner ID #
Which exam(s) you intend to take
The comprehensive exams will be conducted via CANVAS, so you will need to have an active NMSU username.
Complete instructions will be posted on CANVAS. https://nmsu.instructure.com/login
Please email Dr. Lara with any questions.
Note: You must have completed all 5 core classes by the time you take the exams. See MCJ Student Handbook.
Opportunity – Work Experience:
(This is not a paid internship and it’s too late for class credit BUT it’s a great opportunity for volunteer work that would look great on a resume and could lead to a full time job)
Looking for intern this fall or maybe even beyond that for a position for the Adult Probation staff.
The official title is “Petition to Revoke Probation intern”
It is great experience for anyone who looking to go the probation or parole route.
They will get to see how the probation violations process works, jails, and courts.
They will get to work with our local Adult Probation officers and Judges.
They will have the GREATEST supervisors who are flexible with schedules and are patient for individuals who want to learn.
Bottom line is this position is very detailed oriented and will serve someone very well with experience and recommendation for anyone looking to go the probation or even office (paperwork) route.
Any one interested can contact Dan Rosales at his email: DRosales@da.state.nm.us or at JCastaneda@da.state.nm.us
NMSU POLICE DEPARTMENT NOW HIRING:
Questions or Comments: Contact Luisa Bruner at email@example.com
CALL no longer in operation
Effective immediately the Crisis Assistance Listening Line (CALL) will no longer be in operation due to funding constraints. There are several other warm lines and hotlines available including:
New Mexico Crisis and Access Line 1-855-662-7474
Santa Fe Crisis Response Hotline 1- 505-820-6333
1-800 Suicide (1-800-784-2433)
1-800-273-Talk (1-800 273-8255)
Great interview with CJ student Marco Ortigoza – New Mexico State University Criminal Justice – Q&A with Marco Ortigoza
CJ 454 Human Trafficking (online course) is now nationally recognized course!
Congratulation to Criminal Justice Department and College Associate Professor Marija Dimitrijevic.
DONATE to Jacob’s Scholarship
Thank you for supporting Jacob’s Scholarship. Your gift makes a huge difference in the lives of students.Jacob came to New Mexico State after graduating high school in 2009, where he was a Criminal Justice major. He was also studying Japanese and had hoped to do a semester abroad in Japan.
On the morning of November 24, 2012 Jacob passed away from injuries incurred in a car accident the previous night. He left behind his mother, father, two brothers, and many people who loved and enjoyed his infectious laugh and love of a good time.Each Fall a junior majoring in Criminal Justice is awarded the scholarship. Students apply automatically through Scholar Dollar$.To give securely online by credit card, please click the button below.Donate Now>