Within the Division of Social Sciences, the Criminal Justice program has two dedicated multi-purpose rooms.
A small seminar room is equipped with a computer and comfortable office chairs. When not being used for a class it is open to students for study or as a lounging area. It has a refrigerator, microwave, and coffee maker. A larger room is used as a classroom/counseling laboratory. It is equipped with comfortable furniture, a one-way mirror, video camera and monitors. When not in use for these purposes it is open to students as a lounge/study area. Faculty offices are adjacent to these rooms. This environment encourages students to interact with each other and with faculty in an informal manner, academically and socially.