Indiana University School of Social Work is well-known for providing exceptional graduate education. We are committed to providing helpful information and personal support as you explore the program and begin the admissions process.
Frequently Asked Questions:
Please feel free to view our answers to frequently asked questions (FAQs). They may answer some of the most immediate questions you may have about the program. You are also welcome to schedule an individual advising appointment for more in-depth assistance. If you would like more information about the program, an application, an appointment, or if you would like to speak directly with someone, please direct questions to Kesha Hearn-King: [[khearnki]]
Priority Application Deadline: February 1
All applications received by this date are reviewed by the Admissions Committee. Applications submitted after this date are reviewed depending upon space availability.
The MSW program on the IU Northwest campus is a part time evening program. Students begin the program in the fall semester and take classes year around for 3 years completing the program in August. Student may elect to complete the program within 3 ½ or 4 years to better accommodate their individual needs. If any student requests to spread the third or concentration year over two years in order, all course work must be completed entirely before beginning the concentration practicum.
2015 MSW Application
MSW Information Sessions:
Every second Monday of the month from October through May, the School of Social Work at IU Northwest hosts and MSW Information Session at 6:30pm in the 1st floor library building in the conference center, room 110. Signs to the event are posted at the entrance to the Conference Center. Parking is available in the main parking lot. Please confirm your attendance by calling or emailing Kesha Hearn-King at 219-980-7111, [[khearnki]].
Dates for Fall 2015:
Dates for Spring 2016:
- Tuesday 9/8, 6:30-8:00 pm
- Tuesday 10/13, 6:30-8:00 pm
- Tuesday 11/10, 6:30-8:00 pm
To Be Announced
Dates are subject to change. Please confirm your attendance by calling or emailing Kesha Hearn-King at 219-980-7111, [[khearnki]].