Clubs of Criminology

Welcome to the vibrant and diverse Department of Criminology! We take immense pride in offering not only a world-class education but also a rich extracurricular experience. Our department is home to three exciting clubs, each catering to a different aspect of student life and interests. These clubs provide the perfect opportunity for students to enrich their university experience and build lasting connections with fellow criminology enthusiasts. Let's dive into the fantastic world of our clubs:

1. Debating Club: Sharpen Your Argumentative Skills

The Debating Club is where eloquence meets intellect. If you have a passion for persuasive discourse, critical thinking, and the art of debate, this is the club for you. Engage in spirited discussions, refine your public speaking abilities, and tackle challenging topics. Our Debating Club members not only develop powerful communication skills but also have the chance to participate in intercollegiate debates and showcase their prowess on a bigger stage.

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2. Sports Club: Unleash Your Athletic Spirit

For those who seek an outlet for their athletic energy, our Sports Club offers a fantastic opportunity to stay active and bond with fellow students. Whether you're a seasoned athlete or a newcomer to the world of sports, you'll find a welcoming community here. We organize a variety of sports activities and events throughout the year, from friendly matches to full-fledged tournaments. Join us to foster teamwork, leadership, and a healthy, active lifestyle.

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3. DUCCS (DU Criminology Cultural Socity): Uniting Minds for Change

DUCCS is the heart and soul of our department's social impact initiatives. As a member of DUCCS, you'll have the chance to work on community outreach projects, collaborate with local organizations, and make a meaningful difference in the lives of others. This club serves as a platform for students to apply their criminological knowledge in real-world settings, addressing social issues and advocating for positive change.

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How to Get Involved

Participating in any of these clubs is a straightforward process. At the beginning of each academic year, we hold club sign-up events, where you can learn more about each club and join the one that resonates with your interests. These clubs are open to all students within the Department of Criminology, and we encourage everyone