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  • MSW Program at CUNY York College, Urban Health Scholars Soar and Transform Lives

    MSW Logo MSW Program at CUNY York College, Urban Health Scholars Soar and Transform Lives

  • Hon. Assemblymember Vivian E. Cook, Senator Leroy Comrie, York Social Work Alumna Jaime Williams join York College alumni, faculty, and administrators for MSW Program ribbon cutting ceremony.

    MSW Ribbon Cutting Hon. Assemblymember Vivian E. Cook, Senator Leroy Comrie, York Social Work Alumna Jaime Williams join York College alumni, faculty, and administrators for MSW Program ribbon cutting ceremony.

  • Bike Expo New York: Social Work Is Transforming How We Move Wellness Forward

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  • MSW Breast Cancer Walk

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The Master Social Work (MSW) Program will operate remotely due to the COVID-19 pandemic. To contact faculty members via email or to schedule a virtual meeting, please view their respective profiles. For general inquiries, please email, Ms. Isabelle Hubert, MSW, Manager of Professional MSW Scholar Services at msw@york.cuny.edu Thank you for your patience as we transform how we work to best serve our scholars.

MSW Scholar Life & Engagement

The MSW Program at CUNY York College offers a variety of opportunities for MSW scholars to participate in formulating and modifying policies affecting academic and student affairs and to organize events around their interests.

York’s MSW Program offers a variety of opportunities for scholars to participate in formulating and modifying policies affecting academic and student affairs and to organize events around their interests. Scholars also have the responsibility to exercise this right by utilizing available College and Program services and resources, including advisement, scholar life, and engagement.

Engagement

The MSW Program at CUNY York College offers a variety of opportunities for scholars to participate in formulating and modifying policies affecting academic and student affairs and to organize events around their interests, including the hiring process, evaluation of faculty teaching, and field agency settings. The York College graduate student scholar body plays an active role in every aspect of program leadership, advocacy, and community engagement including college committees, including curriculum, standing, and ad hoc committees, councils, and student (scholar) groups to provide scholars opportunities to participate in shared governance with faculty members.