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Criminal Justice at Weber State University

WSU Statement Regarding the Status of CJ Professor

Weber State University can confirm that criminal justice professor Scott Senjo has permanently separated from the university after resigning. He is no longer employed. The university considers this matter resolved, ending processes that were set in motion on    June 1. The developments surrounding this case have understandably caused a variety of emotions for many members of our campus community. Weber State University is committed to improving our campus culture and our conduct, making our university a place where everyone truly feels valued, supported and included.

Whether you aspire to be a police or corrections officer, an attorney, a crime scene investigator, or any of the other exciting professions that focus on crime and justice, a degree from Weber State University's Department of Criminal Justice will provide you with the background and real-world experiences needed to be a success. For those aspiring to move onto graduate work, our fully online Master of Criminal Justice Program will not only give you the competitive edge when it comes time for hiring/promotion but also serve as a solid foundation for future doctoral studies.

Department of Criminal Justice

Lindquist Hall
(Former Social Science Building) 
Room 306
Ogden, Utah