Academic advising information for B.S.W., M.S.W., and Ph.D. degree students in the School of Social Welfare.
View degree requirements and freshman, sophomore, junior and senior year curriculum plans
Helpful resources for social work degree students currently involved in Field Education.
Find dates, times and additional details regarding the School of Social Welfare Graduation Recognition Ceremonies.
This policy document articulates the procedures for hearing grievances arising in Social Welfare.
Academic handbooks for students enrolled in the B.S.W., M.S.W., and Ph.D. degree programs at the School of Social Welfare.
Incomplete Grade Agreement
Incomplete grades are given only for circumstances beyond a student’s control. If the course is part of a sequence (e.g., 540-541, 610-612, 620-621), you cannot begin the second course until the incomplete has been completed. In all other cases, incomplete grades must be completed by the end of the following year or they will be changed to Fs. It is the student’s responsibility to request an incomplete from the course instructor and work with the instructor to get the form completed.
View job opportunities that are available in your field of study through the University Career Center.
Learn more about B.S.W. and M.S.W. licensing information.
Master Syllabus for an individual course is a template that is used by individual instructors to develop their course. This template specifies content, outcomes, and resources for B.S.W., M.S.W., and Ph.D. programs.
Student representatives are always needed in various capacities to provide input and feedback to the School and to support our educational mission. Elections for each academic year are held in the fall of that year. If you’re interested in getting involved with the School and have questions about any of the positions, please feel free to contact Kristin Trendel at email@example.com.
Volunteering opportunities need to be sought in human services agencies that focus on addressing the needs and empowerment of people who are vulnerable, oppressed, and living in poverty.