Department of Criminal Justice
Sycamore Hall 302
1033 E. Third Street
Bloomington, Indiana 47405-7005
The Criminal Justice department is located on the third floor of Sycamore Hall. The main office is located in Sycamore 302 and advising offices are located in Sycamore 336 and 301. Click here for a map of the IU Bloomington campus.
Current IUB students
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Visit the Office of Admissions webpage for everything you need to know about applying to IUB.
Keep in touch, CJUS Alumni!
We are working to bridge the gap between alumni and our department. There are several opportunities for you to be involved with our department and we hope that at least one of these will be of interest to you. In addition to letting us know what is new with you, please think about the following ways that you might reconnect with us:
- Are you willing to be interviewed for the departmental alumni newsletter or our website, to be the subject of an alumni profile?
- Can your place of employment provide an internship opportunity for any of our students? (Remember, our majors come from all over the country, and many are from Indiana)
- Would your work experience make for an interesting presentation to the Criminal Justice Student Association?
- Would you be willing to serve as a resource for students who might be pursuing a career similar to yours?
- Does your place of employment have a job opportunity that may be applicable to our students?
If any of these possibilities are of interest to you, or if you have a suggestion for another way to reconnect with the department, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Giving to the Department
Are you interested in supporting the next generation of Criminal Justice students?
Our students work very hard so they can attend college. Many work multiple jobs while attending classes so that they can accomplish their goals and make their dreams of graduation a reality. Your support truly benefits the next generation of criminal justice workers—these students want to be researchers, law enforcement officers, graduate students, professors, investigators, child protective services advocates, probation officers, court officials, lawyers, and much more. Are you interested in establishing a criminal justice departmental scholarship for these future colleagues? If so, please contact Judy Kelley at email@example.com or 812-855-9880 for assistance.
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All other undergraduate related inquiries
Please call the main Criminal Justice office at (812) 855-9325 anytime from 8:00am to 12:00 noon and 1:00pm to 5:00pm, Monday-Friday, for assistance; OR email Chris Stanley at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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