Students may serve on many standing committees of the school, including the Curriculum Committee, the Faculty Search Committee, the Promoting Axction for Intersectional Social Justice (PRAXIS) Committee, and the Recruitment, Admissions, Student Services, and Financial Aid (RASSFA) Committee. Participation is on a 50% student/50% faculty basis, plus an additional faculty member who serves as chairperson and votes in case of a tie. The Faculty Search Committee may include one student enrolled in the master's degree program and one student enrolled in the doctoral degree program. The Social Work Student Union appoints and coordinates master's student membership on school committees, and the Doctoral Student Organization appoints and coordinates doctoral student membership on school committees. The Associate Dean for Faculty Affairs communicates with the Social Work Student Union regarding the ability of students to participate in these committees.
Course evaluations are completed by students in all courses offered by the school each term. Students also complete routine evaluations of field faculty, and the field education experience. Additionally, students complete foundation year and exit surveys that address the overall curriculum objectives.
Student records are regarded as confidential and are maintained by the school primarily to benefit students in their educational and professional advancement. Requests for access to student records should be directed to the director of career services.