Caleb Harmon

Posted on February 26th, 2019 by Travis Dix

Caleb Harmon is a sophomore criminal justice major from Chatham, Va. Harmon is a part of the wrestling team, a resident assistant, a member of Student-Athlete Advisory Committee and the secretary of the Blue Crew.

How do you believe Averett will help you with your degree?

“Averett’s criminal justice program is a very good program. All of the professors I have had so far have been very helpful. A good friend of mine graduated from Averett with a criminal justice degree and is now a police officer in Pittsylvania County where I am from.”

What do you like best about the University?

“I like Averett for the community atmosphere. It’s easy to make new friends and people are always willing to help when the help is needed.”

Why did you choose your path to study?

“The reason I chose to be a criminal justice major is because of my family heritage. My grandfather was a state trooper until he was shot and paralyzed. My father is a police officer, my oldest brother is a state trooper and one of my other brothers works in a juvenile detention center. Also, my mother is a 911 dispatcher. It runs in the family and I am going to continue building that legacy.”