MSW Student Support
In our welcoming environment, you’ll find comprehensive resources to support you academically, personally and professionally.
Career Services builds connections for students to their professional careers. Attend a Career Community to meet with faculty, staff and community leaders in a particular area, or join for one of their skills-based workshops, such as resume-building and offer-negotiating. Staff also offer individualized support during their regular one-on-one advising hours.
The Communication Lab offers one-on-one advising for written and presentation projects.
The Brown School Library provides access to a large collection of social work and public health texts, as well as a broad online database.
Office of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion
We are committed to making our School and campus welcoming to all. The Office of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion promotes dialogue, organizes programming, and develops student support resources that foster a more welcoming community.
Office of Field Education
The Office of Field Education and our Field Faculty guide students through the practicum process — from identifying a fitting practicum opportunity to making the most of your learning experience — via coordinated practicum fairs and personalized advising. See a practicum overview and resources for MSW and MPH students.
Office of Financial Services
The Office of Financial Services provides guidance for funding your graduate degree, including support for navigating FAFSA, federal student loans and federal work-study. See financial aid resources for MSW and MPH students.
Our Professional Development program offers workshops and trainings several times a month, helping students, alumni and professionals build new skills and stay in touch with advances in evidence-based practice.
The StatLab, formed in direct response to student feedback, organizes a network of peer instructors to offer statistical and methodological support for your quantitative coursework.
Student groups connect students to leadership opportunities, programming, as well as advocacy and service opportunities. They’re a key part of our vibrant campus life.