Sociology and Criminal Justice Society - (SACS)
The purpose of the Sociology and Criminal Justice Society is to form a bond among students, teachers, the community, and members of the profession. This relationship is designed to advance the scholarship and fraternity of its members, to foster integrity and professional competence, to promote the welfare of its members, and to encourage intellectual advancement so that each member may enjoy a lifetime of honorable service.
Membership in SACS is open to any student or faculty member who has an interest in sociology or criminal justice and is dedicated to upholding the professional integrity of his or her chosen field. Members are expected to actively engage in fraternal and scholarly endeavors through participation in the organization's activities. Yearly dues for the 2008-2009 year are $20 and include a T-Shirt.
For further information about SACS, contact Department Administrative Assistant – phone (903-886-5331).