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Undergraduate Student Leadership


Field placements, internships, service learning, and student organizations offer countless opportunities to lead on campus and in the community. As you pursue your undergraduate social work degree, you’ll be challenged to think creatively, impact profoundly, and advocate effectively.

Student Organizations

Black Social Work Student Association (BSWSA)
The purpose of the BSWSA is to facilitate open dialogue and retention of BSW & MSW students of color, promote academic excellence, scholastic networks, and cultural diversity, foster professional and recreational activities, as well as, provide a nurturing environment and advocate for students. For more information, contact the faculty advisor Dr. Shaun Owens at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Dean's Student Advisory Council
The Dean’s Student Advisory Council’s (DSAC) purpose is to foster communication and collaboration between the administration, faculty, staff, and students of the College of Social Work at the University of South Carolina. Its goals are to provide an avenue for the concerns of students to be addressed to the faculty, staff, and administration of the College of Social Work; create a collaborative environment in which students and administration, faculty, and staff can work together for the betterment of the College of Social Work; to build student collaboration across the degree granting programs and statuses within those programs at the College of Social Work; as well as to provide an avenue for the representation of the student body of the College of Social Work to the staff, faculty, and administration of the College of Social Work.

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Advisor: Anna Scheyett

Phi Alpha National Social Work Honor Society
Phi Alpha National Social Work Honor Society provides an opportunity for BSW & MSW students who have excelled in Social Work scholarship to form bonds and promote Social Work values. The Kappa Psi chapter at USC received its charter in 2007 and is a great opportunity to be involved in the College of Social Work and receive recognition for your scholastic achievements. Membership requirements are a minimum of 15 completed credit hours in the BSW Upper Division Program with a 3.5 or better Cumulative GPA. New members will be inducted in the spring semester.

Undergraduate Social Work Student Association (USWSA)
The purpose of the Undergraduate Social Work Student Association is to encourage fellowship and on-campus participation of undergraduate social work majors and minors.  Members actively provide services in the university- and community-settings, facilitate educational and social events, and participate in fundraising activities. For more information contact the faculty advisor, Dr. Daniel Freedman at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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