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Clubs and Organizations

Pre-Law Society

This club is open to all students from any major who are interested in attending law school or pursuing a career in the legal profession.  It meets several times each semester in order to discuss the procedures for applying to law school, strategies and study skills for the LSAT exam, methods of securing financial aid, and related issues.  In addition, it sponsors presentations by practicing attorneys, judges, and elected officials on contemporary legal and political topics and organizes service opportunities for its members.

Faculty Advisor: Ms. Diane Wilkinson

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Criminal Justice and Sociology Club

This club is open to any student majoring in either Criminal Justice or Sociology.  It holds monthly meetings to discuss the career opportunities in these fields and hear presentations from individuals active in these professions.  It organizes special events to help students apply classroom lessons to the “real world” in order to prepare students for the transition from school to work.  In line with both the University’s and their disciplines’ commitment to service, the club sponsors various service activities both on the campus and in the broader community.

Faculty Advisors: Mr. Michael Walker and Mr. Kenneth Whitman

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Pi Sigma Alpha

This is the national honor society for Political Science.  It was founded in 1920 at the University of Texas in Austin to encourage and recognize superior achievement in the study of government and politics at the undergraduate and graduate level.  To become a member you must be a junior, senior, or graduate student at Alabama A&M University, have completed or be enrolled in ten hours of political credits with at least three of the hours at the 300 level or above, and have a cumulative and political science GPA of 3.0.

Faculty Advisor: Mr. Douglas Turner

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Alpha Kappa Delta

This is the international honor society for Sociology.  It was founded in 1929 at the University of Southern California and is dedicated to acknowledging and promoting excellence in scholarship in the study of sociology, the research of social problems, and other social and intellectual activities that will lead to the improvement of the human condition.  It is open to juniors and seniors who rank in the top 35% of their graduating class in general scholarship and have maintained a 3.0 or higher GPA in at least four sociology courses at Alabama A&M University.

Faculty Advisor: Dr. Joseph Rosher

 

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