The School of Criminology and Criminal Justice (SCCJ) and advisors are excited to welcome new freshman and transfer students to our program. All new students receive information from the New Student Enrollment (NSE) office outlining the steps required to attend Orientation and schedule an advising appointment through the NSE process.
The School of Criminology and Criminal Justice places a high priority on advising and student services and encourages current students to see their advisor each semester or whenever questions arise. To plan your class schedule it is best to make an appointment 2-3 weeks before your priority registration appointment (when you are eligible to enroll in classes for that semester). Your priority registration time will be available in your MyRED account. The best way to schedule an appointment with your assigned advisor is in Student Success Hub (SSH). If you need assistance making an appointment, you may call the School's main office at 402-472-3677.
Students interested in changing their major to Criminology and Criminal Justice may schedule an advising appointment with Spencer Thompson, Amber Christianson, or Karen Fulton using the links below or by calling the office at 402-472-3677.
Your School of Criminology and Criminal Justice Advisors are located at:
School of Criminology & Criminal Justice
University of Nebraska
310 Nebraska Hall
Lincoln, NE 68588-0561
Office Hours: Monday - Friday 8:00 am - 12:00 pm & 1:00pm - 5:00 pm
CRCJ Facebook Page
“Like” our Facebook and check it frequently for the latest on advising, scholarships, jobs, speakers, events and other related information. To view, log-in to your Facebook account at Facebook.com. Then search for UNOSCCJ/. We are also on Twitter (search for @UNOSCCJ) and Instagram (search for unosccj1). Our social media accounts are for both the Lincoln and Omaha CCJ programs.
Key Resources for Degree Completion
The above and following links can provide answers to many questions regarding the School of Criminology and Criminal Justice requirements, academic standards, important dates and deadlines, and University policies and procedures.
MyRed: Student information system used for registration, billing, final grades, degree audit, etc. Keep your contact information current--used by your CCJ Advisor and other UNL offices to provide you with critical information. Important information from the University Registrar will periodically appear in your message center.
Canvas: Used by instructors to post course materials such as important announcements, course syllabus, assignments, course documents, grades, etc. Click on one of your courses to access the My Plan Tab to schedule advising appointments, view your Success Plan and more.
Modern Languages Lab: 302 Burnett Hall
Speech Lab: 329 Burnett Hall
Undergraduate Catalog: Official site to check for program requirements, course descriptions, pre-requisites and minors. For degree requirements, use the year that you began your major (even if you declare your minor in a different school year). For course descriptions, use the current year’s bulletin.
University Registrar: Canfield Administration Building, Academic Calendar with important dates and deadlines, registration information with policies and procedures, academic standards. Please visit the Husker Hub for assistance with administrative and financial issues.
Criminal Justice Student Organization – 310 Nebraska Hall
Intelligence Community Scholars Program – Career Mentoring Program meant to augment your current academic activities with a focus on Intelligence.
Counseling & Psychology Services Clinic (CAPS) – Health Center
Counseling & School Psychology Center– 49 Teachers College
Center for Academic Success and Transition (CAST) – 110 Love South
Services for Students with Disabilities – 232 Canfield
Student Support Services (TRIO) – 220 Canfield
Student Veteran & Military Assistance – 345 Nebraska Union