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Office of Student Affairs

Welcome to the Office of Student Affairs. We are available to all graduate students in our MSW programs to ensure a successful and high quality experience while studying at Rutgers.

We offer:

  • New Student Orientation
  • Registration Information and Support
  • Change in Campus or Program Facilitation
  • Academic Advising
  • MSW Program Requirements Information
  • Concentration/Certificate Information
  • Career Events
  • Licensing Information
  • Leaves of Absence
  • Graduation and Convocation
  • Certification for Graduation
  • Disability Accommodations Information
  • Transcript Information and Verifications

The navigation bar to your left provides you with links to help you make the most of your time here.

Download the 2020 MSW student handbook.

For the latest student news and announcements, click here.

New MSW students and continuing MSW students are encouraged to attend Rutgers School of Social Work's summer webinar series. From learning about loss and coping during COVID-19 to learning about mindfulness and meditation, the series offers events on a range of topics. Click on the graphic below to learn more.

Did you miss one of the student webinars? Visit our YouTube channel to watch recordings of past events.

Important Policy Announcement

The School of Social Work has recently adopted two new student-related policies – SSW Standards of Professional and Ethical Conduct and Technical Standards of the Rutgers University School of Social Work MSW Program. These policies address professional and ethical conduct of MSW students.

Please review the Standards of Professional and Ethical Conduct for the MSW Program at the RU School of Social Work and the Technical Standards of the Rutgers University School of Social Work MSW Program. These standards, distinguished from academic requirements, describe the professional and ethical behaviors and attributes that provide reasonable assurance that a student can complete the entire course of study and participate fully in all aspects of social work education and practice.

You are strongly encouraged to review these policies as they do apply to you as a MSW student.  You may view the new policies which are viewable via the MSW Student Handbook.

If you have any questions, please contact your academic advisor or call us at 848-932-7520, ext. 3.

BA in Social Work Students

For assistance with the BA in Social Work program, please call us:
New Brunswick: 848-932-7520, ext. 6
Camden: 856-225-6346

Ph.D. Students

For assistance with the Ph.D. program, please call 848-932-7520, ext. 5.

DSW Students

For assistance with the DSW program, please call 848-932-8481.

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