Conference Awards
Most Recent
State Conference Awards
  • 2016 2nd Place Crime Scene Competition
  • 2016 2nd Place Quiz Bowl
  • 2015 2nd Place Best Graduate Paper - Marshal Sherry
  • 2015 2nd Place Crime Scene Competition
  • 2015 3rd Place Crime Scene Competition
  • 2014 State Crime Scene Champions
  • 2014 Best Undergraduate Paper- Elizabeth Bowman
  • 2013 Best Graduate Paper- Logan Fletcher
  • 2012 State Crime Scene Champions
  • 2011 State Crime Scene Champions
Most Recent
National Conference Awards
  • 2016 1st Place – Crime Scene Competition
  • 2016 1st Place – General Knowledge Exam –Brian Miller
  • 2016 Star Chapter Award
  • 2016 2nd Place – Theme of the Year Project – Rehabilitation
  • 2016 3rd Place –  Undergraduate Paper Competition – Brianna Jackson 
  • 2016 3rd Place – T-Shirt Competition
  • 2016 3rd Place – Website Competition
  • 2015 Web Site Award
  • 2015 Theme of the Year Project Award
  • 2015 Student Chapter Award
  • 2015 Outstanding Yearbook Award
  • 2015 1st Undergraduate General Knowledge Exam - Brian Miller
  • 2015 Regina B. Shearn Scholarship - Marshal Sherry
  • 2014 National Crime Scene Champions
  • 2014 1st Place CJ Knowledge Exam- Nicole Allison
  • 2014 Student Paper Panel- Marshal Sherry
  • 2013 National Crime Scene Champions
  • 2013 1st Place CJ Knowledge Exam- Nicole Allison
  • 2013 2nd Place CJ Knowledge Exam- Marshal Sherry
  • 2013 Student Panel Presenters- Kaitlyn Antolock & Logan Fletcher
  • 2012 National Crime Scene Champions


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Alpha Phi SIgmaEpsilon Iota Chapter

"We the members of Alpha Phi Sigma, the National Criminal Justice Honor Society, will promote academic excellence in order to make the Criminal Justice System and its practitioners more effective and ethical." -- Preamble

Alpha Phi Sigma is not only an honor society, but membership in the organization provides opportunities for professional and educational leadership and promotes unity, service to others, and friendship. Members have opportunities to participate in community service, professional leadership activities, state conference activities, and national conference activities. They also have opportunities to compete for scholarships and crime scene competitions on a national level.

In addition, Epsilon Iota chapter stays involved in the campus community by participating in campus sponsored community service and campus activities sponsored by student government.