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Current Students

Criminal Justice Advisors
Student’s Last Name Starts With:
Michelle Holcomb
Room 343E, Kyser Hall
Phone: (318) 357-5706
Sharon Green
Room 343D, Kyser Hall
Phone: (318) 357-5982
Kimberly Boudreaux
Room 343M, Kyser Hall
Phone: (318) 357-4345
Frank Hall
Room 343E, Kyser Hall
Phone: (318) 357-6850
Bill Shaw
Room 343F, Kyser Hall
Phone: (318) 357-6928
Jack Atherton
Room 343B, Kyser Hall
Phone: (318) 357-6850
Dr. Mark Melder
Room 105, Kyser Hall
Phone: (318) 357-6967
Dr. Rebecca Riall
Room 301B, Kyser Hall
Phone: (318) 357-6963

History and Social Sciences Advisors
Student’s Last Name Starts With:

Dr. Susan Dollar
Room 347A, Kyser Hall
Phone: (318) 357-5504
Dr. Greg Granger
Room 347-D, Kyser Hall
Phone: (318) 357-6256
Dr. Kent Hare
Room 343G, Kyser Hall
Phone: (318) 357-6858
Dr. James MacDonald
Room 347-C, Kyser Hall
Phone: (318) 357-5503
Dr. Charles Pellegrin
Room 347-E, Kyser Hall
Phone: (318) 357-6496
Dr. Jeffery Smith
Room 347-B, Kyser Hall
Phone: (318) 357-6848
Dr. Kathleen Smith
Leesville Campus Rm 550
Phone: (337) 392-3112

NSU Academic Advising Services

If you need assistance determining your advisor, please contact one of the following:

Meredith Machen, Administrative Assistant
Department of Criminal Justice, History and Social Sciences
Phone: (318) 357-6967

Lanay Baldridge, Administrative Assistant
Department of Criminal Justice, History and Social Sciences
Phone: (318) 357-6195

Car Safety and Drunk Driving:

Career Jet:

Center for Technology in Government

Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse:


Coalition against Drug Abuse:

College Campus Addiction Resources:

College on Problems of Drug Dependence:

College Universities:

Combating Hate, Hate Crimes Law:

Community Oriented Policing Services

Consumer Dangers:

Consumer Information Center:

Consumer Justice Foundation:

Court Television Website:

Crime Labs

Criminal Justice:

Criminal Justice Degree:

Criminal Justice Degree:

Criminal Justice Degree:

Criminal Justice Degree, School & Career Info:

Criminal Justice Degree Zone

Criminal Justice Jobs:

Criminal Justice Paths:

Criminal Justice Programs:

Criminal Justice Programs:

Criminal Justice Pursuit:

D.A.R.E. America:

Department of Justice Home Page

Discover Criminal Justice:

Domestic Violence Home page :

Drug Abuse Treatment:

Drug Addiction Detox Centers:

Drug Alert:

Drug Dangers:

Drug Enforcement Administration:

Drug Information:

Drug News :

Drug Reform Coordination Network, The:

Drug Rehab Connections:

Drug Safety Alerts:

Drug Treatment Center Finder:

DUI: What it is, What it menas for you:

Duluth, Georgia Police Department:

Education Programs / Domestic Violence and Rape:

Effects of Illegal Drugs on the Heart:

Excite Education:

Family Law:


FBI’s National Crime Information Center

Federal Bureau of Investigation:

Federal Court System:

Find Law:

Findlaw – Law Reviews:


Forensic Science Guide to Crime Scene Investigation:

Futures of Palm Beach:

General Accounting Office:

The GEO Group:

Guide To Criminal Justice Degree Programs:

Hair Physician:

Hate Crimes:

Hate Crimes Guide:

High Technology Criminal Investigations Association

How Long Does Meth Stay in your System:

How do You Become a Police Officer:

How to Become a Homicide Detective:

How to Become a Police Officer:

How to Become a Police Officer:

How to Talk to Your Kids About Marijuana:

Ibogaine Dossier, The (re. hallucinogens):

Indiana Prevention Resource Center (IPRC):

Infographic:  How Drug Abuse Destroys Your Body:

Insanity Defense:

Institute for Law and Justice:

International Association of Chiefs of Police

International Association of Crime Analysts

Juvenile Justice System:

Klean Treatment Centers:

LA Criminal Defense Partners: Legal Network:

Learn How to Become:

Louisiana Department Of Public Safety And Corrections:  Corrections Services:

Louisiana State Legislature:

LSU Federal Agency Directory:

Masters in Criminal Justice:

Medical Marijuana vs. ADA in the Workplace:

Mental Health Problems Facing Students:

National Cancer Institute:

National Center for Juvenile Justice

National Center for Rural Law Enforcement

National Commission Against Drunk Driving:

National Criminal Justice Reference Service:

National Institute of Corrections

National Institutes of Health

National Institute of Justice

National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism:

National Institute on Drug Abuse:

National Law Enforcement and Corrections Technology Center

National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial:

National Sheriffs’ Association

Northwestern State University of Louisiana – Home Page:

Nursing Home Abuse Center:

Nursing Home Abuse Guide:

Nursing Home Abuse Support:

Ocean Breeze Recovery:

Off the Wagon:

Office for Victims of Crime

Office of Justice Programs:

Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention:

Office of National Drug Control Policy

Online Colleges:

Online Humanities Courses:

Online Language Courses:

Online LL.M.

Online Paralegal Program, The:

Online Political Science Degree:


Police Executive Research Forum

Prescription Drug Journal:

Project Know Understanding Addiction:

Public Defender – State of Delaware: –

RAND Corp. – Research

Registered Nurse:

Rehab Centers:


SEARCH – National Consortium for Justice Info

The Simple Dollar:

Stay Safe Online:

Summit Behavioral Health:

Supreme Court History:

Supreme Court of the U.S. Teachigo

Teen Drug Addiction Treatment:

The Facts about Drinking and Driving:

Tobacco Free College:

Top Criminal Justice Jobs:

Top EMT Training:

Traffic Violations:

Understanding and Breaking the Cycle of Addiction:

U.S. Code (Federal Laws):

U.S. Dept. of Justice – Office of programs:

U.S. Dept. of Justice:

Verizon Wireless:

Violence Against Women Office

Vulnerable Adult Abuse Prevention Guide:

Web of Addictions:

Wells & Drew Lawyer Advertising:

What is Hate Crime?:

Young Car Driver:

Criminal Justice Career Fair
February 20, 2018

The Department of Criminal Justice, History and Social Sciences is presenting a career fair for criminal justice majors and others interested in this field on February 20, 2018, in the Student Union building on the Natchitoches campus. Interested individuals from the university and the public are invited to attend.

Law enforcement, correctional organizations, state and local governments, law schools, university graduate programs, and other prospective employers participate in this career fair. You are invited to represent your organization, present your organization’s career options to interested individuals and have them begin the application process for available positions in law enforcement, fire services, emergency management, and other public safety agencies.

Please contact the us at (318) 357-6967 or (318) 357-6928 to request a reservation form or download from the link below.