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Learning Support

Success in graduate school and within the larger profession of social work depends on strong writing skills. Several resources are available to help students strengthen their professional and academic writing skills. Writing assistance is available to all MSW students as described below.  

Writing Centers

  • New Brunswick | All MSW SSW students (NB, Camden, Newark, IW, online and blended) are eligible to access writing assistance at the New Brunswick Learning Center and Graduate Writing Center. Online tutoring may also be available. Contact the learning center here and the writing center here.  
  • Newark | The Newark learning and writing centers are available for MSW students on the Newark campus by appointment here
  • Camden | The Camden learning center provides writing assistance for MSW students on the Camden campus. Learn more here.  


Social Work- Specific University Librarians

MSW students have access to social work-specific research librarians at the University to assist in pinpointing further reading, source material, and other research leads. 

New Brunswick | Karen Hartman
Social Work Subject Specialist 
Alexander Library 169 College Avenue New Brunswick, N.J. 
848-932-6104 | 

Newark | Natalie Borisovets 
Librarian, Head of Public Services 
John Cotton Dana Library 185 University Avenue Newark, N.J 
973-353-5909 | 

Camden | Katie Anderson 
Reference/Instruction Librarian 
Paul Robeson Library 300 North 4th Street Camden, N.J. 
856-225-2830 |


Additional Online Resources

APA Style 

General Writing

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University Library

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Campus Learning Centers

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