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MSW Info Sessions

Want to learn more about our MSW program options? Attend an info session!

What happens at an info session?

You’ll learn about the application process. You’ll meet some of our faculty, staff, and students. You’ll gain an overview of coursework, field placements, financial aid, and more. Each info session includes a formal presentation, and you’ll have plenty of opportunities to ask questions.

Although applicants are not required to attend an info session, we strongly recommend that you do.

Alumni and students from Historically Black colleges and universities (HBCUs) are invited to join us for a special program overview. This program is designed to continue to nurture strong linkages with HBCUs and academic programs that promote access to higher education and diversity on college campuses. Learn more about our MSW program options and admission requirements. Talk with faculty and current students that are HBCU alumni. Explore opportunities for financial aid. We’ll answer all of your questions about the application process!

Register for a HBCU Diversity Recruitment MSW information session.

There are no upcoming events at this time.

Students who wish to earn dual Master of Social Work and Master of Divinity degrees must apply for admission both to UNC School of Social Work and to Duke Divinity School. This info session will provide details on the dual degree program and offer an opportunity to talk with current dual-degree students.

Register for the MSW/MDiv Dual Degree info session.

There are no upcoming events at this time.

These sessions are for applicants who have completed the BSW degree or are currently enrolled in a CSWE-accredited BSW program.

There are no Advanced Standing Program info sessions at this time. Please join us for one of our General Info Sessions to learn more about the Advanced Standing Program.

Register for a MSW info session.

There are no upcoming events at this time.


Sharon Thomas, Assistant Dean of Recruitment, Admissions, and Financial Aid, 919-962-4367