There's more to being a social work student than just academics!
Advisors can help you navigate graduation requirements and course planning.
Getting involved in research and student clubs can enrich your experience during your time here.
We encourage you to take advantage of all the School has to offer!
Evidence-based practice is an important tenet of social work, and research is how we build that evidence base.
Several university programs provide support for undergraduate students to participate in research in collaboration with a faculty member. Graduate students can participate in faculty-led research projects through the Child Welfare Partnership for Research and Training (CW-PART) project or through the 298 final capstone course. Interested students can peruse the research interests of our faculty and reach out to learn more.