At GSSW, our goal is to provide a supportive environment so you can achieve success as a student and as you grow your social work career. To foster your success throughout your graduate education, we offer comprehensive admission and student support, which begins as soon as you decide to apply and lasts beyond graduation.
Your admission counselor will guide you through the application process and help you submit a competitive application that showcases your strengths. Your admission counselor is your resource as you apply and is available to answer your questions about the program.
You will work with a student support advisor from the moment you enroll in your first classes. Before you begin your program, you will meet with a member of our support team and spend some time getting comfortable in the online campus.
Classes and Technology
As you attend your classes, you will continue to connect with your student support advisor, who is available to guide you through your program orientation and enrollment periods. You will also be assigned a GSSW academic advisor who will help you track your progress through the program, assisting with course planning and ensuring the program is meeting your goals. Tech support is available 24/7 to assist with any concerns or technical problems that may arise.
Your field placement specialist will work with you to find internship sites in or near your community. The specialist will get to know your personal and professional interests, and you will be placed in sites that meet your interests and career goals. Throughout your internship you will be supervised by a qualified, professional social worker.
You will work with professionals at the University of Denver’s career services center to improve your resume and practice interviewing.
Graduation and Beyond
You will be invited to the University of Denver’s commencement ceremony, where you will celebrate your accomplishments and officially join our alumni network of graduates worldwide.
Get Started Today
To learn more about MSW@Denver, request information and an admission counselor will contact you.