Alpha Phi Sigma

Alpha Phi Sigma is the National Criminal Justice Honor Society. In order to join, undergraduate students must have a 3.2 cumulative GPA on all their college work and 3.2 CJUS course GPA with at least 4 completed CJUS courses. Graduate students must have a 3.4 cumulative GPA and a 3.4 GPA in their CJUS courses, with at least 4 completed CJUS courses.

Please contact Professor Tobolowsky at Peggy.Tobolowsky@unt.edu or (940) 565-4085 with any questions you may have about Alpha Phi Sigma.

The application to join the organization is available on the  national website at http://www.alphaphisigma.org/. Applications should be completed using the online form and turned in to Professor Tobolowsky.
 

The Big Event Service Project, April 6, 2013

 

Participants include: Colter Ellis, Teri Bassinger, Leslie Serrano, Kendra Tidwell, Hope Smith, and Liliana Quirino

Alpha Phi Sigma members at the Criminal Justice Career Day, 2013.  

Alpha Phi Sigma Members at the Criminal Justice Career Day, 2013

Alpha Phi Sigma Bowling Tournament 2010

(L to R) Prof. Tobolowsky, Dave Kawucha, Jake Zelman, Chris Sampson, Shawna Malone, Shatara Turner, Cyndi Cavazos, Cody Harris, Candice Kowalski, Amber Francis, Jesse Reid, Steve Glassner

Alpha Phi Sigma members at the 2009 Denton Relay for the Life at Fout's Field

Members raised $1000 to donate to the American Cancer Society! 

(L to R) Professor Tobolowsky, Beth Welch, Steven Glassner, Lindsey Taflinger, Alex Sherwin, Amanda Sherek, Cari Heinen, and Manny Gonzalez.

End of the Year (2008-2009) APS Group Photo

(L to R) Prof. Tobolowsky, Tyameishia Young, Scott Brandt, Lindsey Taflinger, Cari Heinen, Josh Martino, Beth Welch, Amanda Sherek, Tammy Martinez, Elisabeth Cardona, Alex Sherwin, Steven Glassner, and Manny Gonzales