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  1. Fall 2019 SSW International Student Orientation »

    August 26, 2019 - 9:30am to 4:00pm

    This Fall 2019 SSW International Student Orientation session will provide information for incoming MSW international students. Lunch will be provided.

    Please note that all incoming MSW students are expected to attend Fall SEED Orientation, which is scheduled for August 27 - 30.

    Mandatory Check-In Information

    The Mandatory International Center check-in will be a part of the International Student Orientation session and the following items are required to complete your check-in.

    You must bring the original and a photocopy (make the copies after you have entered the U.S.) of the following documents:

    Passport (picture page and current U.S. visa page)

    I-20 (page 1) or DS-2019 (page 1)

    Form I-94

  2. Orientation activities/SEED Week begins »

    August 27, 2019

  3. Fall 2019 SEED Orientation »

    August 27, 2019 to August 30, 2019

    Share, Explore, Engage, Discover (SEED) is the School of Social Work's orientation experience. SEED features programming tailored to incoming students. The goals of SEED include strengthening connection and community at the School of Social Work, exploring PODS (privilege, oppression, diversity, & social justice), and learning foundation-level social work skills.

    New Student SEED Orientation for MSW students will be held on August 27, 28, and 29, with possible/tentative activities scheduled for August 30th. In addition, there may be optional social activities the weekend prior to and after SEED Orientation Week.

    Various activities will provide great opportunities to meet and connect with MSW students, faculty, and staff. During SEED Orientation students will also receive their faculty advisor assignment and attend a pre-field education workshop (if starting field in the fall).

    Tentative Fall SEED Orientation Schedule

  4. Required Advanced Pre-Field Orientation for Advanced Standing, Transfer and Students Exempt from Foundation Field ONLY »

    August 28, 2019 - 8:00am to 11:00am

    REQUIRED Pre-field orientation workshop (field credit given) for all incoming advanced field education (SW691) students with Fall 2019 placement start (advanced standing, transfer, and foundation exempt students)

  5. Labor Day »

    September 2, 2019

  6. Classes and Field Instruction begin and registration for NCFD students »

    September 3, 2019

  7. SW 531 Foundation Field Seminar »

    September 10, 2019 - 12:00pm to 2:00pm

    First day of class for students enrolled in SW 531.

  8. New York Graduate School Fair »

    September 10, 2019 - 5:00pm to 8:00pm

    Stop by the Graduate School Fair to speak with an admissions representative about U-M's MSW and PhD programs. The fair is free and open to anyone considering graduate school. 



  9. Field Placement Verification Due »

    September 11, 2019 - 5:00pm

    All students currently enrolled in field (SW515 or SW691) must turn in the Field Placement Verification form by this deadline. This form is considered complete after your Field Instructor signs off on it.

    This form only applies to students currently registered for field.

  10. Social Work with Military Service Members, Veterans and their Families »

    September 12, 2019 - 5:00pm to 8:00pm

    This course was designed to increase the knowledge base and competency level of social workers who plan to work with (or are interested in) military service members, veterans and their families. This will be accomplished by introducing participants to basic military background and structure, the common problem-areas experienced by this community, and the diverse sub-groups that exist within this unique population. The content covered in this course will include subject areas such as military culture, trauma, life after service (transition), problems/issues faced by family members and the study of specific populations within the service such as women, other minorities, and the LGBT population. In addition to improving the cultural competency in the areas listed above, students will also be exposed to the diverse and unique challenges faced by the veterans of different war eras (WWII, Korea, Vietnam, Gulf War and current conflicts). Time will also be spent discussing the kinds of clinical skills that are important for social workers to possess when working with this population.

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