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As the BSW is a professional degree, students apply to be a degree candidate in their junior year. Applications are due by January 15. For more online information, please consult the Student Handbook and FAQs. For general questions about admission to Seattle University and financial aid, please contact Office of Admissions and Student Financial Services.
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The application packet is available from the Social Work Program in Casey 3 West. All application materials are confidential and are shared only with the faculty directly involved in the admissions process. The packet includes forms that are to be completed and turned in to the Social Work Program by January 15:
The completed packet should be returned to the Social Work Program in Casey 3West or sent to:
Social Work ProgramAttn: Administrative Assistant901 - 12th Ave, Casey 3WSeattle, WA 98122
As social work students will work directly with clients in their field practicum, the Program and the University have the responsibility to assure that our students possess the knowledge, intelligence, judgment, ethics, integrity and physical and emotional capacity necessary for the field experience and for the profession. Therefore, in accordance with the Fair Process Policy, we consider the University’s academic requirements and also the student’s professional characteristics, conduct and potential to serve effectively and ethically in the profession.
We evaluate students based on their application packets, prior course work, information about the student form social work faculty who know the student and
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Jodi O’Brien recently published “Seeking Normal? Considering Same-Sex Marriage” in Seattle Journal for Social Justice.
Robert Efird is back from a Fulbright-sponsored sabbatical in China, where he spent a year working with local communities engaged in environmental education.
Gary Perry presented a paper at the 2012 meetings of the Association of Black Sociologists titled “Class, Take Out Your iPhones: Teaching Urban Sociology with New Media.”
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