Lock Haven University proudly supports a Criminal Justice Club on the main campus and at the Clearfield Campus. This is a student run organization. Membership is composed of students at all points of study during the pursuit of the degree and freshmen are encouraged to get involved with the organization and attend meetings.
The Criminal Justice Club is supported with a budget from the Student Cooperative Council. The club engages in a variety of activities each semester. Activities are selected and led by the student members. Examples are: sponsor of guest speakers on campus, field trips to sites of interest to criminal justice majors (examples include: the FBI Academy in Quantico, Virginia, the Police Museum in New York City, and a Washington, DC site visit) and community-based activities.
The club also engages in fund raisers periodically and the membership serves as resources to prospective students to answer major related questions.
Club membership and involvement is a good way to engage in meaningful experiences that allow students to explore a variety of criminal justice disciplines. Meetings are held at least twice a month.