ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE
This program located within the Administration of Justice
(Criminal Justice, Forensic Science, and Legal Studies-Paralegal/Pre-Law)
instructional department provides more personalized assistance for students in
their disciplines. By offering a unique environment conducive to intellectual,
academic, and scholarly pursuits, the Collegian Center fosters cohesiveness and
discipline identity among its student members. The benefits include:
(1) mentoring/advising to students;
(2) internships/research/field experience activities;
(3) scholarly lectures/seminars/workshops;
(4) information concerning transfer opportunities and requirements as well as career fields and required degrees; and
(5) an Honors component.
You are eligible to join the Collegian Center if you:
(1) have been admitted to Prince George’s Community College;
(2) declare your program option as Criminal Justice AA or AAS degree, Forensic Science AS or AAS degree, Paralegal Studies AAS degree, or Pre-Law AA degree; and
(3) have a cumulative grade point average of 2.8 or higher, based upon at least 12 and no more than 30 college credits.
To remain a member of the Collegian Center you must:
(1) Attend the reception, or, only under rare circumstances, meet with the coordinator in her office.
(2) Submit documentation that you attended at least three other activities offered.
The members of the Collegian Center can select from the following activities:
Donna Gaughan, Associate Professor
Location: Bladen Hall 208E
Ray Harris, Professor
Location: Bladen Hall 208G