Latest Announcements

  • CAMP COUNSELORS NEEDED for the 2015 Arts & Athletics camp (June 8-19, 2015) for DIS credit. Click here for the application. Email resume and application to Missy Goddard at or drop off to UCC 2500 by March 25, 2015.
  • March is Social Work Month! Here is our lineup of events:
    • Diversity Dialog: “Race, Respect, and Relationships: The Future of Diversity Dialogs” – March 25, 12:30pm (Click for details)
    • “Make Your MSW Work For You” SPA Event – March 30, 5:30-7:30pm (Click for details)

Recent News

Faculty takes on new leadership roles

In 2015, three faculty members will take on new leadership roles within the College of Social Work. Starting this past January, Dr. Craig Stanley took on the role and responsibilities of Associate Dean for Academic Affairs. Dr. Stanley previously served as the MSW Program Director since 2009 overseeing the program through tremendous changes including the growth of the advanced-standing online MSW program and the addition of a traditional online MSW program . Dr. Stanley also recently […]

“My Dream Career:” A poem by MSW student Michael Barnes


My Dream Career A poem about social work When I grow up, I’ll make a change Developing a career seemed easy to arrange At the age of five I told my mom that I wanted to be a lawyer Unknowingly, I had reflected what my parents thought would be a dream employer It wasn’t until college that I found out What real world problems and issues are all about That’s when I met my first […]

Report: More work needed to fix child protection system

A new report from the Florida Institute for Child Welfare — created last year as part of a wide-ranging reform law — calls for state leaders to go well beyond their previous efforts to fix the state’s troubled child-protection system. The 50-page report, submitted Friday to Gov. Rick Scott, Senate President Andy Gardiner and House Speaker Steve Crisafulli, focused on “the need for a statewide, system-wide child welfare strategic plan” that pulls together the disparate […]

Read More