Due to the ongoing threat of the coronavirus pandemic, St. Joseph's College will move all in-person classes to virtual and online formats for the remainder of the semester starting on Monday, March 30. Courses that are ready will start as early as March 23. Contact your professor for more information.

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Featured Criminal Justice Students

Alaina DiMariaAlaina DiMaria '17

“After I graduate I plan to work in the criminal justice field. I am currently working with a career mentor, who is a police officer, through the Alumni Mentoring Program. I would like to become a police officer and from there hopefully work for the FBI or CIA.”

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Shauna StonemetzShauna Stonemetz '15

"Between my studies at SJC and my active volunteerism I know that the future holds a career for me in public service. I want to follow in the footsteps of my grandfather, who was the chief of police in my hometown."

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Jean SafoshnikDanielle Owens '13

"After graduation, I decided to attend graduate school at John Jay College of Criminal Justice, where I recently graduated with my Masters in Criminal Justice with a specialization in criminology and deviance." 

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