Upon enrollment, each student is assigned a mentor/supervisor. The supervisor gives feedback on every completed lesson, ensuring that students demonstrate a solid understanding of the course materials and know how to apply the given precepts to his/her life. The supervisor also encourages each participant as they go through the curriculum.
I recently interviewed Gerald Williams about his experience with Criminon. He started taking Criminon courses in 2010 and has successfully completed The Way to Happiness, Personal Integrity, Conditions of Life, Successful Parenting Skills, and Understanding and Handling Addiction. Mr. Williams found out about Criminon from his previous cellmate. "I would always see him writing and figured he was working on his own case, doing legal work. Then one day I asked him what he was doing and he told me about the program."
Mr. Williams credits Criminon with helping him change his life. He feels fortunate that he found out about it the way he did, and is happy to talk about it with other inmates who express a desire to change their lives. It might be the only way they will ever hear about it.