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The Police Academy ScholarS
(PASS) program is a two-year preparatory program designed to provide students
at the Monroe College School of Criminal Justice with the skills and mentorship
that will fully prepare them to be great candidates to enter a police academy
and ultimately become police officers. The PASS program is open to students
with a strong interest in policing and law enforcement.
PASS participants will meet
for eighteen three-hour sessions over six semesters. The sessions, scheduled
from 10:00 am to 1:00 pm on three Fridays per semester, will focus on all the
components of the hiring process by a police organization including written
test prep, medical, physical and psychological testing. Additionally, participants
will engage in physical training and workouts, academic preparation for actual police
academy subjects and hands on learning of important police tactics.
Participants will also attend off-campus field trips as part of the learning environment.
Students must maintain
full-time status and a 3.0 GPA in order to remain in good standing. Students
must also take CJ 206 (Police Patrol Procedures) or CJ 208 (History of the
NYPD) and CJ 280 (Physical Fitness for Todays Professional) or CJ 281 (Defensive
Tactics) as recommended for the AS in Criminal Justice. At the end of the
program, the students will come together to celebrate their achievements with a
graduation and awards ceremony.
students must meet the following academic requirements:
Students will apply for the
PASS program alongside their initial Monroe College application. Considerations
for admission into the program will include a review of academic records,
disciplinary record, a background check and high school attendance records.
For more information on this
program, contact the Office of Undergraduate Admissions: (800) 556-6676