Videos from John Jay College of Criminal Justice
Bridging The Great Divide: Pastor Michael McBride
Pastor McBride works to improve the community and build trust between police officers and the people they serve.
An International Crime and Justice professor from India talks about the intersection between gendered issues and criminal justice, from sexual violence to acid attacks.
James Oladipupo Williams
A Nigerian student talks about the importance of education, in addition to public service, to create global change.
The professor talks about his political science classes as students learn social sciences, counter-terrorism and international crime.
An international criminal justice major praises the school's diversity, curriculum and opportunities for students.
Grace Theresa Agalo-Os
A disabled student studying political science and international relations talks about fighting for accessibility around the world, especially in her motherland, The Philippines.
Bridging The Great Divide: William Scott
The LAPD police chief talks the militarization of police, police brutality and shootings, and how this creates unease in marginalized and over-policed communities.
From war crimes to human trafficking, the professor talks about the importance of studying international matters in order to excel in the study of international crime.
The professor talks growing up in Taiwan and Argentina, and how this influenced his study of criminal justice relating to veterans' brain injuries.
The International Crime and Justice professor talks teaching about gender roles relating to domestic violence and abuse, and research in the name of activism.
The International Crime and Justice professor talks mass incarceration, the excitement in seeing students learn, and why NYC is the best place to study criminal justice.
The Executive Director of Legal Services For Children talks reducing crime without punishment and granting rights for former prisoners.
Students from around the world praise the college for its welcoming environment for non-American pupils and rich cultural spirit.
The SEEK Program
The school's criminology and forensic psychology majors laud the SEEK Program-- Search for Education, Elevation and Knowledge-- which offers them support and mentorship.
Are you passionate about justice? An education at John Jay College of Criminal Justice can give you the skills needed to build a successful career focused on helping others. With unique majors like forensic psychology, criminology and police studies, John Jay is unlike an other school in the area.
Even if you're interested in more traditional majors like English, sociology or economics, John Jay will teach you to think globally and help you to connect your fields of study with justice themes.
The best way to figure out if John Jay is right for you is to come for a campus tour where you can see the facilities, meet the faculty members and talk to current students about their experiences. Can't make an in-person tour?