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Loyola University Chicago

School of Social Work


Loyola's School of Social Work offers a premier clinical social work program with a comprehensive focus on families, children, and mental health. Established in 1914, the School of Social Work prepares students to practice in a variety of settings where knowledge and skill in providing direct service to individuals, families, and small groups are essential. Loyola's mission is to educate students to understand the diversity of the community and to respond to human needs within that context.

Admission Philosophy

No applicant is denied admission by virtue of race, color, creed, ethnic origin, sexual orientation, handicap, age, or sex. The school is committed to the principle of equal opportunity and affirmative action. Loyola is an equal opportunity educator and employer.

Application requirements for MSW at Carthage

Interested  in more information on the Loyola Master of Social Work at Carthage, feel free to contact John Weiser at (262) 551-5734 or email: jweiser@carthage.edu





School of Social Work · 820 North Michigan Avenue, Lewis Towers 1200, Chicago, IL 60611 · 312.915.7005

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