MSW Student Blog

Pandemic Problems

Student sitting on a brick wall wearing an SU mask

Moving can be quite stressful but try moving to a new state to start graduate school during a pandemic. To say that I underestimated how big of a change I was making, would be accurate.
Aug 25, 2021

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School is out, but not for long!

View of Seattle across the water from Gas Works Park

Summer is a great time to get some quality rest and enjoy many of the beautiful spots around Seattle. As July turns into August many of us begin to realize that the school year is going to be here very soon and its nearing that time to prepare. So, what can you do to prepare for graduate school?
Jul 30, 2021

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It's Summer-Now What?

Two ferries sailing on a sunny day with three Blue Angel jets flying above

We made it through our first year of the graduate program and now it’s time for summer break! Transitioning from having a packed schedule to having nothing on the to-do list can be a shock— a welcome shock if you ask me. Let’s talk about some ideas to make your summer break everything you imagined!
Jun 30, 2021

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That’s a Wrap

Pink and white flowers in spring bloom

As I end my first year of the Seattle University MSW program, I can’t help but feel sappy and reflective. This school year has gone by so fast and so very slow all at the same time, but here I am halfway to getting my master’s degree.
May 31, 2021

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Recap of the MSW Licensure Info Session

Graduating student walking across stage

This week Seattle University’s Master of Social Work Program welcomed the Executive Director for Health Professions from Washington’s Department of Health (DOH) for an information session all about licensure.
Apr 26, 2021

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