Attend Our MSW Open House

October 12, 2017, 4 to 6 p.m.

Brennan Center
45 Island Pond Road, Springfield, Mass.

Saint Vincent Hospital
123 Summer Street, Worcester, Mass.

 

Students attend classes at Springfield College School of Social Work

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Take the next step toward your Master of Social Work. We offer online and downloadable applications.

If you have questions about the School of Social Work admissions process, or if you want to schedule a personalized visit, please contact our Admissions Coordinator Franklin Kirschner at (413) 748-3060 or fkirschner@springfieldcollege.edu.

New Student Orientation at The School of Social Work

SSW Faculty to Participate in the Faculty Behavioral Health Curriculum Development Initiative

During the next four years, Springfield College assistant professors of social work, Joyce Taylor, PhD, and Lisa E. Watson, PhD, have been selected to participate in the Faculty Behavioral Health Curriculum Development Initiative with the National Technical Assistance (TA) Network for Children's Behavioral Health.

Springfield College School of Social Work Professors Selected for Faculty Behavioral Health Curriculum Development Initiative
Keynote Speaker at Regional Social Work Conference

Assistant Professor Anthony Hill

Springfield College School of Social Work Assistant Professor Anthony Hill was the keynote speaker at the 34th annual Regional Social Work Conference on Wednesday, May 25 in Springfield.

Assistant Professor Anthony Hill
Human Rights

In Action

Springfield College School of Social Work Professor Joseph Wronka recently represented the International Association of Schools of Social Work during the 30th session of the United Nations Human Rights Council.

Springfield College School of Social Work Professor Joseph Wronka
Dean's Welcome

Francine J. Vecchiolla headshot

Francine J. Vecchiolla MSW, PhD

Dean, School of Social Work
(413) 748-3057
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Thank you for your consideration. Springfield College is an independent, comprehensive, coeducational institution, founded in 1885, with a mission to educate students in spirit, mind, and body, for leadership in service to humanity by building upon a foundation of Humanics and academic excellence. The School of Social Work is proud to be part of Springfield College and its rich tradition of preparing leaders for service to others, and traces its roots of social work education at the College to 1890.

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The School of Social Work Viewbook

Through the teaching of social work practice and knowledge, the Springfield College School of Social Work prepares individuals to meet universal human needs in order to engender mutually beneficial interaction between individuals and societal systems at all levels, based on principles of economic and social justice, dignity, and human rights.

The Social Work Leader 2017
The Social Work Leader

With our emphasis on leadership, faculty, and students at Springfield College School of Social Work consistently seek creative approaches to addressing social problems. As advanced generalists, we are prepared to grapple with the "nuts and bolts" of improving existing social work practice and programs.

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