School of Social Work

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Founded in 1964, the University of Georgia School of Social Work was the first state-funded school of social work in Georgia. The school prepares culturally competent practitioners and scholars to be leaders in addressing persistent and emerging social problems through practice, research, and policy.

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Upcoming Events

MSW Information Webinar

Learn about the Master of Social Work program without travelling to campus during a live, one-hour webinar. To attend, on the day of the session click on...

9/23 12pm
Lecture: June Gary Hopps

June Gary Hopps, Thomas M. Parham Professor of Family and Children Studies, will discuss "Social Activism: Lessons from the Civil Rights Movement" with...

9/24 12:15pm
Nonprofit Training Series: Athens Well-being Project

The Athens Well-being Project collected survey data to inform local decision-making, service delivery and improve the quality of life for area residents....

9/26 10am
Extended Time MSW Information Session

The Extended Time MSW Program offers classes after 5 p.m. weeknights or on Saturdays at the Gwinnett Campus. The degree can be earned over three years or...

10/3 12pm
MSW Information Webinar

Learn about the Master of Social Work program without travelling to campus during a live, one-hour webinar. To attend, on the day of the session click on...

10/10 12pm

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