Professor Victor McCullum earned a B.S. in Criminal Justice from Illinois State University and a M.A. from DePaul University in Sociology. He has completed course work at the doctoral level at Loyola University in Chicago. He has taught for over fifteen years as a full-time sociology faculty member at Triton College. Professor McCullum served as an advisor for the esteemed Phi Theta Kappa (The International Honor Society) for Triton's Chi Zeta chapter. He served as chair of the Behavioral Science Department twice hiring and mentoring new faculty.
Currently, he remains an active member with various professional sociological associations. Professor McCullum has served on numerous committees for the Triton community. He has taught an array of courses such as, Introduction to Sociology; Race and Ethnicity; Marriage, Family, and Relationship, etc… Professor McCullum is a scholar in addition to writing two crime novels (30 Days and Pernicious Intent). He is a dedicated believer in one's desire and passion for education will produce a positive outcome.