News & Events
Celebrate Social Work Month with the FSU School of Social Work!
Faculty Lecture Series
Dr. Hardy will be presenting "Black Women's Health and a Focus on Obesity" on March 4th, 2019 at 4:00 pm in LSA 120.
Self Care Brunch
Hosted by Nu Phi and the BSWSA, on March 5th, 2019 from 9:00 am to 12:30 pm in LTB room 201.
North Carolina Social Work Advocacy Day
Student Representatives from the School of Social Work will be meeting with state representatives in Raleigh on March 6th, 2019.
Radio Interview on WIDU FM 97.5
Dr. Sharon E. Williams, Associate Dean of the School of Social Work and Dr. Dennis Corbin, Assistant to the Associate Dean will talk about "what's going on" in the School of Social Work and in our community. March 7th, 2019 at 8:00 am. Tune into WIDU FM 97.5 Radio!
Hear from professionals in Child Welfare, Aging, Military Social Work, Mental Health and Substance Abuse, School Social Work, Medical Social Work and Non-profits. March 19th, 2019 in the RJSC Bronco Lounge from 6:00-7:30 pm.
BSW & MSW Information Session
Learn more about the application process, deadlines to apply and expectations of both programs! March 22nd, 2019 from 1:00-5:00 pm in the Lauretta J. Taylor Building, Rm. 201
Key Note Speaker: Director Brenda Jackson from the Cumberland County Department of Social Services
Hear a powerful message from the Director of the Cumberland County Department of Social Services. March 25th, 2019 from 6:00-7:30 pm in Shaw Auditorium. Reception to follow.
HumanServicesEDU.org Recognizes the Fayetteville State University BSW as One of the Most Affordable CSWE-Accredited Bachelor's Programs in the Nation for 2019-20
In a field that's all about advocacy and helping people be their best, HumanServicesEDU.org believes that anybody with the dedication it takes to become a social worker deserves all the support they can get. HumanServicesEDU.org brings that same level of dedication to evaluating the degrees that prepare future social workers, looking for programs that offer the best in quality and value.
At nearly $9,000 below the average cost of CSWE-accredited bachelor's programs at North Carolina's public institutions, the Fayetteville State University Bachelor of Social Work is among the Most Affordable BSW Programs in America for 2019-20!
HumanServicesEDU.org Recognizes the Fayetteville State University MSW as One of the Most Affordable CSWE-Accredited Master's Programs in the Country for 2019-20
In a field that's all about advocacy and helping people be their best, HumanServicesEDU.org believes that up-and-coming social workers deserve all the support they can get. As any social worker will tell you, the earlier you can reach someone with the help they need, the better their chances of success. It's easy to see why we feel it's our duty to step in and offer a little assistance to aspiring social workers looking for accredited master's programs that are high on quality while still offering affordable tuition rates.
When we ran the numbers looking for the public universities across the country offering CSWE-accredited programs with the lowest tuition rates, the UNCFSU MSW came out as a clear winner. At more than $5,000 below the average cost of similar programs at public universities in North Carolina, the MSW at Fayetteville State University easily earns its place among the Most Affordable CSWE-Accredited MSW Programs for 2019-20!