West Chester Campus
114 W. Rosedale Avenue
West Chester, PA 19383
PASSHE Center City Campus
701 Market Street, Concourse Level
Philadelphia, PA 19106
The Undergraduate Social Work Program was founded in 1970 and is located in the College of Business and Public Affairs. Our Philadelphia BSW program was launched in the fall of 2013. The program is accredited by the Council on Social Work Education through the year 2019, and seeks to maintain the high standards required to remain accredited. Social work majors are prepared as entry-level generalist social workers upon graduation with a Bachelor's degree from West Chester University. The program seeks to teach students to work with all types of clients, viewing differences as strengths.
As you look around you will find a unique program that strives to graduate individuals who are highly regarded by the social service community and are sought to fill the social work labor force needs in our metropolitan, suburban, and rural areas. Our mission is as follows: "To develop the knowledge, values, and skills in students to enable them to function effectively as beginning generalist social workers, to prepare students for graduate social work education, to enhance knowledge of the social welfare needs of a complex urban/rural environment, and to promote ethical thinking, life-long learning, and self-evaluation.
Nearly all information about the program can be found on the website. As you look around you will find a unique program that strives to graduate individuals who are highly regarded by the social service community and are sought to fill the social work manpower needs in our metropolitan, suburban, and rural areas.
Thank you for taking the time to visit our site. If you have any questions please contact the Chair of the Undergraduate Social Work Department,Travis Ingersoll
New! Social Work Department's YouTube Channel
Brooke Feldman, BSW graduate (Class of 2016) published this article entitled, Why I am Out of the Closet About My Recovery on HuffPost Impact
Jodi Savits, a BSW graduate (Class of 2017) was awarded the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration Voice Award.