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Why Social Work?

Social Work attracts men and women who want to make a difference in the lives of others and learn the skills to positively impact communities.

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Program Graduates

7,000

Current Enrollment

350

Total Field Work Hours

71,000

Clinical Exam Pass Rate

82%

Masters Exam Pass Rate

92%

Field Agencies Nationwide

290

Nia Nicks
"I am grateful that I received the opportunity to attend the Tulane University School of Social Work program. The program has enabled me with skills to be a successful social worker that can effectively advocate for marginalized communities and the ability to apply clinical interventions. Hence, the professors, field supervisors, faculty and staff have contributed to my personal and professional growth." Nia Nicks, MSW '17
Tammy Zelten
"The class sizes are small enough where you get to know everyone but large enough to hear diversity of opinion and critical thinking. I experienced a health crisis during graduate school and received top-notch healthcare and incredible support from the professors and my fellow students. Tulane and the City of New Orleans have helped me to become a better version of myself." Tammy Zelten, MSW '17

TSSW News

Faculty Member Receives Grants for Research into Reproductive Justice and Healthcare

In its efforts to shape the future by educating students to achieve gender equity, the Newcomb Institute of Tulane University provides funding to projects and research for faculty. We are proud that they recently awarded Clinical Assistant Professor Dr. Nubian OmiSayade Sun two grants for valuable work in reproductive justice and healthcare.

Book Review: A Dirty South manifesto: Sexual resistance and imagination in the New South

Clinical Assistant Professor Dr. Nubian OmiSayade Sun, LCSW, has published an article in Affilia: Journal of Women and Social Work, the only peer-reviewed, scholarly social work journal from feminists' points of view, offering a unique mix of research reports, new theory and other creative approaches.

Editorial: A Social Work Discourse on Skin Tone Crayons

In this editorial in the Child and Adolescent Social Work Journal, Heidi Breaux, LCSW, Program Manager for Online Field Education, provides thoughts on the recent release of the "Colors of the World" crayon box.

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