Our Bachelor's of Social Work degree prepares graduates for entry-level employment in a wide range of community and social service agencies. One of the few majors that can be completed at the UConn Hartford campus.
In addition to learning about the profession's values, knowledge, and skills, our Master's of Social Work students pursue a concentration in Community Organization; Individuals, Groups & Families; or Policy Practice.
Within a community of supportive mentors, distinguished faculty, and peers, our PhD program prepares scholars and researchers to serve as faculty members and leaders in human service organizations and research centers.
Our Non-Degree program enables you to register for graduate social work courses as a non-matriculated student. A variety of morning, afternoon, and evening classes are available during the fall, spring, and summer.
Earn CE credits and keep informed of current research, theory, and techniques that help social workers and other human service professionals better serve their clients and communities.
- School of Social Work Welcomes Two New Faculty Members September 18, 2018
- One Woman Makes a Difference September 12, 2018
- MSW Student Awarded Minority Fellowship from CSWE September 5, 2018
- MSW Alumna Recipient of the CSWE PIE Award August 30, 2018
- PhD Student Selected for Emerging Scholar Award July 23, 2018
- The All-American: Boxer’s Life Set Against Turbulent 20th Century September 21, 2018
- Innovation Partnership Building Officially Open September 20, 2018
- New Director of Undergraduate Admissions Named September 20, 2018
- UConn Research: Innovation for a Better Tomorrow September 20, 2018
- Economic, Social Issues at Forefront for South Koreans September 19, 2018
Monday, September 24th, 2018
09:30 AM - 04:00 PM
Hartford CampusHPL (room 026)
Schools, organizations and Community providers with a shared understanding can create relational networks among multidisciplinary collaborators providing a tiered approach for people with high risk behaviors and environments to experience safe, kind, empowering and nurturing adult/youth/peer/peer relationships.
For more information and to register: https://socialworkce.uconn.edu/adversitys-impact-inspiring-resilience/
Monday, September 24th, 2018
12:00 PM - 01:00 PM
Downtown HartfordHTB 215
This semester, the School of Social Work is holding one-hour Brown Bag Research Seminarsâ from noon to 1 p.m. on the following Mondays 9/24, 10/22, and 11/26. They will be held in HTB Room 215. The seminars will include a brief (30 minute) research presentation, followed by a lively, open discussion.
A complete list of this semesterâs seminars are as follows:
9/22: Michael Fendrich; Title: âEvaluating the Impact of Emergency Mobile Psychiatric Services for Youthâ
10/22: Marlene Schwartz, Director of Rudd Center for Food Policy and Obesity; Title: TBD.
11/26: Caitlin Elsaesser; Title: TBD.
Wednesday, September 26th, 2018
06:30 PM - 07:30 PM
Hartford CampusHTB or HSSW
Will be meeting with students who are interested in the group and discussing plans.
Thursday, September 27th, 2018
06:30 PM - 08:00 PM
Hartford CampusTimes Building, Room 138
Join us each week as you can for PRIDE, a School of Social Work Graduate Student Organization interest group! This is a space for LGBT+ humans to connect, allies to listen, and those still questioning to explore. Come for support, laughs, and discussion!
New member? Please RSVP to the email below by noon, the day of the meeting. Sometimes our location will change and we don't want you to miss out!
If you require an accommodation
to participate in this event,
please contact PRIDE by Sunday,
the week of the meeting.
Facebook and Instagram: @uconngsopride
Friday, September 28th, 2018
09:30 AM - 04:30 PM
Downtown HartfordHPL 026
This premier 36-hour certificate program features an advanced curriculum in terms of sophistication of content with a focus on some of the most complex issues that challenge MSW supervisors. For more information: https://socialworkce.uconn.edu/swpf/