Student and Alumni Organizations

Alpha Phi Sigma

Vision
To produce a significant impact on the University of South Florida campus and the greater         Tampa area by being the change we wish to see in our community.   
 
Mission
To build professional networks with state departments, faith-based organizations, non-profit organizations, and other university chapters through collaboration; to explore career opportunities within the criminal justice field; to promote awareness about related issues; to raise money for non- profit organizations and to engage in service to the Tampa community.    
 
Values
Alpha Phi Sigma places a high value on academic excellence, leadership, unity, commitment, and most importantly passion.    
 
Semester Goals
Every semester, we wish to raise money for a non-profit organization, host an awareness event on campus, engage in two community service projects, host a social event for our members, and add ten new members.   
 

Founding Members List of Names

Maritza Bernard, Sarah Brown, Stephanie Dachs, Brenna Doering, Gabrielle Englander, Elizabeth Guerra, Kaeleigh Hencke, Hector Huertas, Perry Lafoe, Michael McBee, Hoiyan Pang, Rashard Perry, and Jeremy Pollack    

Spring 2015 Officers and Contact info        

Eligibility In order to become a member of Alpha Phi Sigma, undergraduates must be a declared Criminology Major or Minor and have a 3.2 overall GPA and a 3.2 major GPA, as well as having completed at least 4 courses in Criminology. Graduate students must have a 3.4 GPA in graduate school.

 

Chapter Email: UsfAlphaPhiSigma@gmail.com

Instagram: @UsfAlphaPhiSigma

Facebook: USF Alpha Phi Sigma

 

alpha phi sigma clearwater trip

Race For Freedom at Clearwater Beach, Hosted by World Relief Tampa #Volunteering

 

Interested members are more than welcome to reach out to Elizabeth or Hector for questions, and are welcome to come sit in on a meeting which are held weekly on Wednesdays in MSC 2708, at 8