I would like to know......
- What do social workers do?
- How can I learn more about diversity and programs that support diversity?
- What classes should I take?
- More about the Social Work Club and Phi Alpha Honor Society
- What is APA Style and where can I learn more about it?
- Where can I get help writing my paper?
- When do I apply for graduation?
- Where can I go to get my MSW?
What do social workers do?
How can I learn more about diversity and programs that support diversity?
What classes should I take?
We encourage students interested in pursuing a BSW to schedule an advising appointment with the Social Work Department prior to registering for classes to set up a course plan. Contact Ella Moore at (810) 762-3390 to schedule a time to discuss our program!
We encourage students interested in pursuing a BSW to schedule an advising appointment with the Social Work Department prior to registering for classes to set up a course plan.
Contact Ella Moore at (810) 762-3390 to schedule a time to discuss our program!
More about the Social Work Club and Phi Alpha Honor Society
Social Work Club
Social Work Club engages in such activities that act to improve social welfare. These may be educational or informational sessions, on campus and off campus events benefiting the community, county, state, nation or world and working as a team both with internal members and external agencies.
Meetings will be held on the 2nd and 4th Mondays from 4-5 p.m. An additional meeting will be held following from 6-7 p.m. to accomodate those unable to make the earlier meeting.
Questions or concerns should be directed to:
What is APA Style and where can I learn more about it?
APA Style originated in 1929 when a group of psychologists, anthropologists, and business managers convened and sought to establish a simple set of procedures or "style rules" that would codify the many components of scientific writing to increase the ease of reading comprehension. As with other editorial styles, APA Style consists of rules or guidelines that a publisher observes to ensure clear and consistent presentation of written material.
|For and online tutorial of APA Style, click on the APA Style logo|
|You also may find the Purdue Online Writing Lab a valuable resource. Click on the OWL for the link|
Where can I get help writing my paper?
The Marion E. Wright Writing Center is located at 559 French Hall. You may make an appointment online, stop in, or call (810) 766-6602.
Fall/Winter hours are as follows:
Monday-Thursday 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Friday 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday 12 to 4 p.m. Closed Sunday
Remember -- to get the best help from the Writing Center, you will need to take the assignment and any details or models you have on how the assignment should be done.
Visit the Writing Center's Student Information site for additional information regarding the services they provide.
When do I apply for graduation?
You must prepare for graduation a year ahead of time to make sure that you fulfill all requirements. Failure to do so may delay your graduation. You must complete an audit of your transcript as sooon as you have completed 85 credits. For further information on graduation, including senior audit, commencement, and application for graduation, see the senior requirements/graduation information webpage.