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We believe that education is best when it serves a purpose and when the educator and the student are consciously aware of that purpose. The specifics of that purpose may vary from person to person, but the ultimate goal for us is to improve the world in which we live.

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Ms. Barbara Henry is one of four FSU students who have been accepted to participate in the 2011 CLEO-Womble Carlyle Road to Law School Academy July 3-July 30, 2011. >> read more.

Barbara Henry

Ms. Michelle Norman has been awarded the 2010 Thurgood Marshall Scholarship. >> read more.

Michelle Norman

Ms. Dominiqua Fritts, is a junior.  She has been crowned NABCJ queen and she has been chosen for "Chancellor for the Day" for November 2011. 

D. Fritts

Mr. Elijah Davis is a junior.  He was also chosen as "Chancellor for the Day" in April. >> read more

E. Davis

We encourage our students here in the Department of Criminal Justice at Fayetteville State University we do not only study what is, we encourage our students and ourselves to explore the question: "What ought to be." >> Read More

New What's New?

  • New and current Broncos, welcome to the world of Criminal Justice and the opportunities that await you!

  • Dr. Karen McElrath selected for Endowed Professorship (News)

  • Dr. Emily Lenning named FSU Teacher of the Year (News)

  • Dr. Lori Gueavara named UNC Teacher of the Year (News)

  • Find out what the Office of Civic Engagement and Service Learning is all about >>> click here

  • We now offer service learning courses! >> For more on SL courses

  • The MS in Criminal Justice program and Graduate Certificate Program` can be completed online and we are accepting applications!

  • Are you enrolled in an online course and would like to know more about best practices in online learning and Blackboard use? Please check out our new website,  Online Education. It is very helpful with blackboard orientation, as well as other student information and resources.

  • ACJS Certification

  • Course Change: Same Course Different Number- CRJC 420 (Criminological Theory) is now CRJC 304 & CRJC 411 (Criminal Justice Research) is now CRJC 314. 

  • Sophia Rickard, a senior Criminal Justice major from Queens, New York was among the 15 first-place finishers in a contest sponsored by the Central Intercollegiate Association(CIAA), Food Lion, and Coca-Cola. It was presented at the CIAA Tournament.

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Department of Criminal Justice
Fayetteville State University
1200 Murchison Road
Fayetteville, NC 28301
Lauretta J. Taylor Building, 3rd Floor

Hours: M-F, 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Phone: (910) 672-1478
Fax: (910) 672-1908

Dr. Miriam DeLone Professor and Department Chair
Sandra Woodard Department Assistant
Dr. Elizabeth Quinn , Asstant Department Chair
Dr. Emily Lenning,  Graduate Coordinator
Dr. Sherree Davis Internship Coordinator

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