Joining a club, organization or honor society is a great way to make friends, get to know your professors and become a more successful student. SFA is home to more than 200 student clubs and organizations, including clubs for Lumberjacks interested in studying law or pursuing careers in law enforcement.
For more information about government-related clubs and organizations, you can contact your faculty advisor to find the best fit for your interests.
Lumberjacks interested in attending law school can join the SFA Pre-Law Club, which helps students explore and prepare for careers in the legal profession. Members take annual field trips to Texas law schools and have access to LSAT prep and practice materials.
Students interested in careers in government, law and law enforcement can join student organizations that will provide them with valuable networking opportunities, information about potential career paths and the opportunity to attend events and participate in competitions:
- Criminal Justice Association
- SFA Moot Court Team
SFA is home to two chapters of national honor societies related to government and criminal justice.
- Alpha Phi Sigma, the national criminal justice honor society
- Pi Sigma Alpha, the national political science honor society
Members participate in a variety of social activities and community service projects, and they have access to unique scholarships and internships, conferences, career networking opportunities and more.
To learn more about the academic and coursework requirements for SFA’s government and law enforcement honor societies, contact your advisor.