Registration requires approval from the Undergraduate Research Team. To apply for approval,

Additionally, the School of Criminal Justice offers several paid research experiences in the Center for
Criminal Justice Research (CCJR) Immersive Summer Undergraduate Research Program. The Call for
Applications for this program is posted on the Criminal Justice Undergraduate Advising Canvas page
annually each March. Students will be notified of acceptance each April, and students complete their
required 200 hours of research assistance between May and August. Students are paid hourly for work completed but can typically earn, on average, $2000-$2500 per summer.