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General Program Policies


BSSW Program students should familiarize themselves with the Catalog for a comprehensive list of University policies.  The website (below) has the most up to date BSSW Program policies. http://www.msudenver.edu/academics/catalog/

When a student applies to MSU Denver and is planning on pursuing the BSSW Program, they are admitted into the Undeclared Seeking Social Work (UNSW) major. In order to become a Social Work (SWK) major, students must complete all required BSSW Program prerequisites and apply to the major. Admission to the BSSW Program is not guaranteed. When a student is admitted to the BSSW Program, their major will then be declared as Social Work (SWK).

To be considered for the major, students must meet the admission criteria and submit a BSSW Program application to the Department of Social Work in order to determine acceptance into the major. When applying to the BSSW Program, students should have the prerequisite liberal arts perspective courses and the introductory social work courses completed or they should be enrolled with the intent to complete them before the program begins. Students must have earned a cumulative undergraduate GPA of 2.0 in order to be admitted without conditions into the BSSW Program. Students with a cumulative GPA of below a 2.0 should meet with an academic advisor in the Office of Social Work Student Services prior to applying to the BSSW Program and may be conditionally placed on departmental academic probation at the time of acceptance.

Students are accepted into the BSSW Program once a year. Applications are accepted during the Spring semester for a proceeding Fall start. Students will be notified of their acceptance status by email.

For complete application instructions and admission process information, please visit http://www.msudenver.edu/socialwork/apply/bsswprogram/ 

No credit is given for learning gained through life experience and no life experience credit may be used toward the BSSW Major.

The Department of Social Work offers the Bachelor of Science in Social Work and Master of Social Work Programs fully online. This exciting opportunity allows the Department to reach outside the Denver Metro area to Colorado’s rural communities and beyond.  The fully online delivery option also increases access for students balancing work, care-taking, and other responsibilities with school. For more information, please visit our  page.

Students who graduate with a bachelor’s degree from an accredited social work program may apply for advanced standing (where available) in Masters-level social work graduate programs. Depending upon the graduate program, advanced standing students are able to complete their MSW in an accelerated course of study. Students are urged to contact graduate programs for their policies on advanced standing.


Policies and Procedures


The Metropolitan State University of Denver BSSW Program strives to create and maintain an inclusive environment in which all members of the social work community are treated with dignity, decency, and respect. We hold on another to the same standards as we seek on behalf of our clients in striving to end discrimination, oppression and other forms of social injustice. People in our program should be able to work and learn in an environment that is equitable, supportive, emotionally brave and intellectually challenging.

The Metropolitan State University of Denver Student Code of Conduct applies to all MSU Denver students, regardless of level. Students may access the Code of Conduct through the MSU Denver website.

The Department of Social Work at the Metropolitan State University of Denver is mandated by the Council on Social Work Education (CSWE) to foster and evaluate professional behavioral development for all students in the social work program. The Department of Social Work also bears a responsibility to the community at large to produce fully trained professional social workers who consciously exhibit the competences, values, and skills of the profession of social work.

The values of the profession are codified in the National Association of Social Workers (NASW) Code of Ethics and the Council on Social Work Education has ten core educational competencies that social workers must master. Given this context, the Social Work Department has identified behaviors for the social work student to exhibit in the classroom, the online classroom, field placement, in the Social Work office, through email/phone conversations, and any other interaction in a professional/academic setting.

Actions contrary to the Department of Social Work Standards of Professional and Ethical Behavior will result in corrective action in a variety of ways. Examples may include: though classroom assignment feedback, advising sessions, or written documentation of the event.

The Department of Social Work reserves the right to terminate a student’s participation in the program on the basis of professional non-suitability if the Department determines that a student’s behavior has constituted a significant violation or patterns of violations of any of the Department of Social Work Standards of Professional and Ethical Behavior listed in this document. In such cases, a Performance Review will be initiated. See the department’s website at www.msudenver.edu/socialwork for Student Performance Support and Problem Solving Process procedure.

Please download and read the full Department of Social Work Standards of Professional and Ethical Behavior from our website.

The Department of Social Work at Metropolitan State University of Denver has as its primary mission the successful professional education and development of our students for the field and profession of social work. Student success is our highest priority.  Our primary concern is to ensure students’ successful progression through either the BSSW or MSW program and readiness for the field. However, as professional and accredited educational programs, each program in the department is required to make sure that students adhere to the standards, ethics, and values of the profession. Therefore, students are continually assessed in terms of academic and professional performance.

We recognize that there are times in each person’s life when meeting academic and professional standards may be difficult.  The Student Performance Process is designed to support our students in being successful while maintaining programmatic standards, and it is intended to address issues that may create obstacles to student success during any part of their academic program. The process builds upon the Department’s Standards of Professional and Ethical Behavior which can be found on the BSSW Policies and Procedures page at the MSU Denver Social Work BSSW Program website.  If a student is unsatisfied with the outcome of the Department’s Student Performance Process, the student can engage broader University policies and procedures, such as the grievance process, to address their concerns.

Before applying to the program, students should make sure they have read, understood, and agreed to our BSSW Program Criminal History Statement.

A student must maintain a 2.0 overall cumulative MSU Denver GPA and a 2.67 Social Work course GPA to remain in good standing in the Social Work Program. Students failing to meet the minimum GPA requirements will be placed on departmental academic probation until they achieve the grades necessary to raise their GPA. Please see the Department of Social Work website for further information.

Students must receive a “C-“ or better in all social work courses. Students earning a grade of less than “C-“ must meet with their social work advisor before the start of the next semester.

University Policy: The Incomplete (I) notation may be assigned when a student, who was achieving satisfactory progress in a course and who had completed most class assignments, is unable to take the final examination and/or did not complete all class assignments due to unusual circumstances such as hospitalization or disability. Incomplete work denoted by the Incomplete "I" notation must be complete within one calendar year or earlier, at the discretion of the faculty member. If the incomplete work is not completed within one year, the "I" notation will convert to an "F." Students must have completed at least 75% of the course work to qualify for consideration for an Incomplete. The student must be passing the course in order to be granted an Incomplete. Please see the MSU Denver Graduate Catalog to read the entire policy.

Departmental Note: BSSW students who have been granted an incomplete must complete the Incomplete Form in collaboration with the faculty member. Any outstanding incomplete at the start of the following semester will initiate an automatic performance review. Refer to the Sequential Coursework Policy and consult with Office of Social Work Student Services advisors to see how this may impact you.

Department of Social Work Incomplete Agreement of Completion Form

All written communication in the classroom environment (online and on-campus) will be in American Psychological Association (APA) sixth edition format.  As a part of the social work program, students are required to purchase the APA manual.  There are several resources available to support students in successfully using APA format.  All students have access to the MSU Denver Writing Center for assistance with their writing; see the Campus Resources section at the end of this handbook for information on the Writing Center.  Additionally, students may wish to visit the APA website for specific information on using APA style.

Some tips regarding writing in the social work program and the use of APA include:

Make a plan before you begin to write a paper.  Sometimes, asking yourself questions can be helpful, such as: Who is the audience for my paper?  Why is the topic important to me?  What are the necessary components to include in the paper as outlined in the assignment rubric?  How and where am I going to include research in the paper?  Completing an outline and a rough draft can often be helpful, and then stepping away from the rough draft for a period of time so that when you get back to it your mind will be clear and you can see errors, areas that need to be rewritten, and if the paper is understandable, clear, and informative.

Ensure the paper is formatted according to any instructions in the course assignment and/or syllabus, and be sure to cite references for any material that is not your own.  Anytime you use direct quotes or paraphrase source material in your writing, you should include the source in the text of the paper as well as in the bibliography or reference section.  For papers related to client or case information, always change names or other identifying information in order to protect a client’s identity.

Metropolitan State University of Denver defines academic dishonesty (including plagiarism) as any of the following:

  • Cheating
    • Use of any unauthorized assistance in taking quizzes, tests, or examinations
    • Dependence upon the aid or sources beyond those authorized by the instructor in writing papers, preparing reports, solving problems or carrying out other assignments
    • Acquisition, without permission, of tests or other academic material belonging to a member of the University faculty, staff or other student
  • Collaboration
    • Unauthorized collaboration on an assignment (e.g., project or homework) without permission from the instructor
  • Fabrication
    • Intentional or unauthorized falsification or invention of any information, data or citation in an academic exercise
  • Facilitation of Academic Dishonesty
    • Intentionally or knowingly helping or attempting to help another to commit an act of academic dishonesty
  • Multiple Submissions
    • Submission of written work assigned for one course to a second course without having received prior permission from both instructors
  • Plagiarism
    • Use by paraphrase or direct quotations, of the published or unpublished work of another without full and clear acknowledgment
    • Unacknowledged use of materials prepared by another person or agency that may or may not be engaged in the selling of term papers or other academic material

Students who engage in academic dishonesty will receive sanctions as determined by their instructor. Sanctions will be dependent on the level of the offense and will also take into account previous incidents of academic dishonesty. The instructor will inform and seek the support of the Program Director when determining the level of the offense and the appropriate sanctions. The Program Director will keep record of incidents of academic dishonesty and will inform the Department Chair of incidents on an as needed basis. The incident may also be reported to the Dean of Students, depending on the level of the offense.

The following list provides examples of possible outcomes for various levels of academic dishonesty. This list is not meant to be inclusive of all possible offenses and sanctions.

  • Level One
    • Examples of offenses include:
      • Incomplete or missing citations
      • Copying a section of a paper or assignment
    • Examples of sanctions include:
      • Failing assignment
  • Level Two
    • Examples of offenses include:
      • May have prior Level One offenses
      • Plagiarism of entire assignment
      • Sharing or reusing assignments
    • Examples of sanctions include:
      • Failing the course
      • Revised plan of completion
      • Triggers a Departmental Level Three Performance Review
  • Level Three
    • Examples of offenses include:
      • May have had multiple Level One or Level Two offenses
    • Examples of sanctions include:
      • Dismissal from the BSSW program
      • Triggers a Departmental Level Four Performance Review

All courses offered in the Department of Social have an online component, as course materials (e.g., syllabus, policies) are contained on Blackboard, our University’s learning management system. Therefore, although much of this statement pertains to courses that are delivered online, this policy is also relevant for students taking face-to-face classes.

In the service of accessibility for students, all of the courses required for a BSSW major/minor can be taken in an online format (courses are also offered in face-to-face and hybrid formats). Online course delivery, whether it is fully online or hybrid courses, is a common method of educational delivery across the country. The BSSW Program at Metropolitan State University of Denver strives to provide quality online and hybrid courses to social work students. We adhere to the standards of practice for the use of technology as outlined in the NASW, Technology Standards. These standards say that,

“The roles for social workers are changing and they may need to adjust to the new demands for practice in the information age.  Social workers should acquire adequate skills that use technology appropriately and adapt traditional practice protocols to ensure competent and ethical practice” (NASW, Technology Standards, 2017).

A full list of these standards can be found at: https://www.socialworkers.org/LinkClick.aspx?fileticket=lcTcdsHUcng%3d&portalid=0 

Student Expectations:

  • ALL students must complete the BSSW Online Orientation. A link will be sent to you from the Office of Social Work Student Services before you begin the program and should be completed before beginning fall coursework. The orientation will provide you an opportunity to learn more about the BSSW Program and the ways that we use Blackboard and other technologies to facilitate student learning. Students are responsible for the content delivered in the BSSW Online Orientation.
  • It is expected that students will participate fully in online and hybrid courses just as they would in campus courses. This includes weekly participation in all course activities, which could include discussion boards, group projects, activities and assignments.
  • Students should “come to class” prepared to engage with others and have the appropriate equipment. See subsequent section on recommended equipment. It is the student’s responsibility to have the appropriate equipment for their courses. For your safety, students should save their work in two places, including a flash drive or virtual data storage, in case your computer crashes. Not submitting an assignment because technology failed is not a valid excuse for lateness. If Blackboard is not working or you are having difficulty uploading an assignment, it is the student’s responsibility to send it in an email to your instructor so they are aware of the issue and you have documented that your assignment was completed on time. As with other policies, this policy may be modified by instructors in their course syllabi, so please default to your course syllabus for any discrepancies.
  • In courses with online components it is especially important to communicate clearly and treat one another with respect. This can be described as netiquette. The following are examples of appropriate classroom netiquette.
    • Identify yourself. Begin messages with a salutation and end them with your name. Use a signature (a footer with your identifying information) at the end of a message
    • Include a subject line. Give a descriptive phrase in the subject line of the message header that tells the topic of the message (not just "Hi, there!").
    • Avoid sarcasm. People who don't know you may misinterpret its meaning.
    • Respect others' privacy. Do not quote or forward personal email without the original author's permission.
    • Acknowledge and return messages promptly.
    • Copy with caution. Don't copy everyone you know on each message.
    • No spam (a.k.a. junk mail). Don't contribute to worthless information on the Internet by sending or responding to mass postings of chain letters, rumors, etc.
    • Be concise. Keep messages concise—about one screen, as a rule of thumb.
    • Use appropriate language. Avoid coarse, rough, or rude language. Observe good grammar and spelling.
    • Attend all live course sessions wearing appropriate clothing with no background distractions (e.g., children, pets, background noise, or multi-tasking).

Faculty Expectations:

You can expect your instructors to engage in best practices for online teaching.  This includes responding to emails, course messages or questions within 48 (working day) hours, grading assignments in a timely manner, providing detailed feedback on assignments, and being available to students in virtual and face-to-face office hours.

Required Equipment:

Operating System: Windows 7/8, 32 or 64 bit (Windows XP and Windows Vista is not recommended) or Macintosh OSX 10.9 or higher

Processor Speed: Intel Core I series and above.

Memory: 3-6 GB Ram

Hard Drive: 10-20 GB of available hard drive space

Accessories: Webcam and USB Mic/Headset

Network requirement: DSL or cable ISP with upload/download speeds of at least 768 Kbps up / 1.5 MB down.  You can verify your actual broadband speed by running a speed test at: http://speedtest.uen.net/

Software: Microsoft office including Excel, Word and Power Point (download for free from the ITS webpage).  Classes may require Zoom.  You can open a free account at: zoom.us.

If your equipment does not meet requirements, you can always use computers provided on campus. It is YOUR responsibility to make sure that you are able to meet course objectives and submit assignments in required formats.

Student Technology Road Map (Help):

Use this link to connect to the student technology road map: https://msudenver.edu/technology/helpdesk/kb/studenttechnologyroadmap/ 

This link provides useful information for students and also links to the ITS helpdesk contacts.

MSU Denver encourages open communication between faculty and students about grade assignment. As per University policy, the Grade Appeal Procedure has both an informal and a formal resolution process. Students must attempt informal resolution prior to filing a formal grade appeal.

Informal Resolution Process

Step 1: The informal resolution process shall take place before the last day of the fourth week of the semester following the assignment of the grade. The student must meet with the instructor prior to meeting with the chair or proceeding to the formal appeal process.

Step 2: If the instructor is not available to meet with the student or does not respond to the student’s request to meet and/or the student is not satisfied with the result of the informal meeting with the instructor, the student must meet with the chair of the department to attempt to resolve the grade concern prior to filing a formal grade appeal.

During the informal resolution process, the student may meet with the dean or the dean’s designee to clarify the grade appeal policy and process. The student may also access the Student Conflict Resolution Services for assistance in the process. Students are encouraged to use the informal resolution process to clear up any miscommunications with the instructor or confusion about course expectations.

Please note, the following are the only acceptable ground for formal grade appeals:

  1. The course grade was assigned on a basis other than performance in the course.
  2. The instructor used standards that were different from those allowed for other students in the same class, or different from those allowed in departmental or school policies if specific departmental or school grading policies exist.
  3. A substantial and unannounced departure from the instructor’s previously articulated standards was used in assigning the grade.
  4. A permanent “F” has been assigned and the student wishes to appeal.

If the student is unsatisfied with the outcome of this process, they may engage in the formal appeals process as outlined in the MSU Denver Student Handbook

In the event that a student has a concern about a faculty member’s behavior, they may engage with our grievance policy to seek resolution. Outlined here is the general grievance process, although the processes for grievances related to discriminatory behavior or sexual harassment are also included here as links to the University policy on these types of grievances. For general grievances, the University policy is to follow these steps. This policy may be found on the University website.

  1. Contact the faculty or staff member to request a meeting: The student must initiate this process by contacting the faculty or staff member no later than the last day of the fourth week of the semester following the alleged incident to request a meeting to discuss the incident. The faculty or staff member has 5 working days to respond to the request and schedule a meeting at a mutually agreeable time.

    The student should wait for an answer from one level of contact, before going to the higher administrator in the chain of command. If the student skips a step in the process, the student will be referred to the appropriate level. An exception to this step will be granted if the student fears repercussions or retaliation from the faculty or staff member involved in the incident. Under those circumstances the student may choose to bypass this step and meet instead with the faculty member’s Chair or staff member’s next level supervisor.

    At any point, the student may elect not to proceed further with the complaint. However, if the situation has been referred to the Office of Equal Opportunity or other authorities, those authorities may elect to pursue the matter.

  2. Meet with the faculty or staff member and share concerns: A meeting with the faculty or staff member may result in a satisfactory resolution that should be documented in an email to the student and the next level supervisor. After the meeting, the faculty or staff member may:

    • Reach a mutually acceptable resolution of the issue with the student;
    • Request the assistance of other University resources, such as Student Conflict Resolution Services, or other resources, to achieve an appropriate resolution;
    • Refer the student to another department; and/or
    • Determine that the complaint is unfounded, and take no further action except to document the findings and result and communicate them to the student.

    If the issue is not resolved or the student is not satisfied with the resolution offered by the faculty or staff member, the student may meet with the faculty member’s Chair or staff member’s next level supervisor.

  3. Meet with the Department Chair or Immediate Supervisor of the faculty or staff member: If the student is not satisfied with the resolution offered or has not received a response in a timely manner, he or she has 5 working days in which to contact the Chair or immediate supervisor. At this stage the student may submit a Student Complaint Form to the Chair or immediate supervisor. The faculty member’s Chair or staff member’s immediate supervisor has 5 working days to respond to the request and schedule a meeting at a mutually agreeable time. The Chair or supervisor may review documents and interview witnesses identified by the student and the faculty or staff member, if such review is warranted in the Chair or supervisor’s discretion.

    After completion of the review, the Chair or immediate supervisor may:

    • Reach a mutually acceptable resolution of the issues with the student;
    • Offer to observe or facilitate a discussion between the student and the faculty or staff member;
    • Address the issue with the faculty or staff member within the framework of the University’s Human Resources or other policies;
    • Request the assistance of other University resources, such as Student Conflict Resolution Services, or other resources, to achieve an appropriate resolution;
    • Refer the student to another department; and/or
    • Determine that the complaint in unfounded, and take no further action except to document the findings and result and communicate them to the student and faculty or staff member involved in the complaint

    The action(s) is documented in an email to the student and the faculty or staff member involved in the complaint.

  4. Meet with the Dean, area Associate Vice President (AVP), or Athletic Director (AD) or their respective designees: If, after working with the Chair or supervisor, a student is still not satisfied with the resolution or has not received a response in a timely manner, the student must submit a Student Complaint Form to the Dean of the appropriate school or college, the appropriate AVP, or the AD, or their designee. The form must be submitted within 5 working days of the action from the previous level. The Dean, AVP or AD has 5 working days to acknowledge receipt of the form. The Dean, AVP, or AD has 15 working days to initiate and complete a review of the complaint or must contact the student via an email if the review will take longer than 15 working days. The Dean, AVP or AD may investigate the situation by conferring with the parties involved individually or as a group and examining any other pertinent evidence.

    After completion of the review, the Dean, AVP, or AD may:

    • Reach a mutually acceptable resolution of the issues with the student;
    • Offer to observe or facilitate a discussion between the student and the faculty or staff member;
    • Address the issues with the faculty or staff member within the framework of the University’s Human Resources or other policies;
    • Request the assistance of other University resources, such as Student Conflict Resolution Services, or other resources, to achieve an appropriate resolution; and/or
    • Determine that the complaint in unfounded, and take no further action except to document the findings and result and communicate them to the student, the Chair or supervisor, and the faculty or staff member involved in the complaint

    The Dean, AVP or AD will render a written decision on the complaint within 15 working days of receiving the complaint form, unless the review takes more time and is documented as above. The Dean, AVP, or AD’s written decision on the matter is final. The written response from the Dean, AVP or AD will be sent via email to the student and submitted to the University’s central complaint repository by appropriate personnel in the Dean’s Office, Athletic Department, or office of the Associate Vice President for the relevant administrative area. A committee will convene annually to review complaints in the repository.

    Note: The MSU Denver President’s Office may be informed of any complaints but will not intervene in the process outlined in this policy. All students are encouraged to follow the steps outlined in this process for the most timely and effective resolution to their concern. The only appeal process considered in these decisions will be at the discretion of the President.

    If the grievance relates to sexual harassment or discriminatory behavior, students will follow a slightly different grievance process, outlined on the MSU Denver website. If a student has difficulty deciding which grievance process is appropriate, they are welcome to consult with a member of the Office of Social Work Student Services, a Faculty Advisor, the BSSW Program Director, or the Chair.

IMPORTANT: This attendance policy is relevant whether the course is delivered in a face-to-face, online or hybrid format.

Attendance and participation in your BSSW coursework is a critical component in becoming a competent, well-prepared and professional social worker. To this end, students are expected to attend and participate every class. However, we recognize that life is unpredictable and illnesses and other life emergencies may occur. In each course, one week’s worth of attendance is “forgiven,” with no penalty to a student’s grade. (For example, if a course meets once a week, absence from one class is forgiven. If the course meets twice a week, two class absences are forgiven.) This policy applies to all students enrolled in social work courses (e.g., majors, minors). The BSSW Attendance Policy may be modified by instructors in their course syllabi.

No student may miss more than 25% of any course (based on a 16-week semester). So if the course meets once a week, you will FAIL this course if you miss more than four (4) weeks’ worth of classes. This includes ALL absences (even those that are “forgiven” or if you make-up the points missed for one of the classes).

Absence penalty: If a student must miss more than one class a semester it will negatively impact their course grade. Each absence (past the first “forgiven” absence) will penalize your final grade by 5%. So if your final grade in a course, based on assignments, is a 93% (A-), your final recorded grade in the course will be an 88% (B+). If a student misses three classes over the course of the semester (their first absence is “forgiven”), their final grade will be lowered by 10%.

Regardless of the reason for the absence, a student may make-up points (up to 100%) of the attendance/participation grade for ONE class by completing a make-up assignment. If you choose to make-up attendance/participation points you will no longer incur the 5% penalty to your final grade for that class absence, but it still counts as an absence in the course (e.g., it counts toward the four absences permitted before the course is automatically failed). You have three weeks to make-up missed attendance/participation points. Individual instructors will determine requirements, but these assignments may include activities such as:

  • Write a three-page summary of the assigned readings, videos, and other module content for the class missed. If there were no readings, the instructor will provide additional content to the student.
  • Provide an annotated bibliography of five peer-reviewed articles from the literature that directly pertain to the assigned readings and content for the module you missed. The articles may NOT be the same as those appearing in the assigned readings.

Course delivery method: In online courses, attendance and participation is most frequently assessed by participation in discussion boards, although individual instructors will specify how they assess attendance and participation in their course. In face-to-face courses, instructors are responsible for taking attendance. Most frequently, attendance is assessed using an attendance sheet that is circulated at the beginning of every class session. It is your responsibility to sign the attendance sheet at the beginning of class. Even if you have discussed your need for tardiness with your instructor, missing more than 15 minutes of class, for instance by arriving late to class, leaving early, or being late after a break, will be considered to be a tardy. Three tardies will be recorded as an absence. Regardless of the reason for an absence or tardiness, we expect that out of professional courtesy you will let the instructor know in advance of any anticipated absence

Remember: The BSSW Attendance Policy may be modified by instructors in their course syllabi. When in doubt, check your syllabus!

The full University policy on class attendance, including policies related to class attendance on religious holidays, can be found on the MSU Denver website.

The BSSW policy for late assignments is as follows:

  • Students are responsible for turning in assignments by the due date. After the due date has passed, there will be a 10% deduction for work turned in within the first week after the deadline and an additional 10% for each additional week the assignment is late. Late work will only be accepted for up to three weeks after the deadline.
  • Students must turn in the correct assignment in the prescribed format (e.g. Word, PDF, Excel, etc.) and through the prescribed method (e.g. in class, via Blackboard, via email, etc.). If an assignment is submitted incorrectly, the instructor may notify the student and give the student a limited amount of time to resubmit the assignment. It may be graded as a late assignment at the instructor’s discretion.
  • Discuss exceptions to the above with the instructor. On rare occasions where students know their assignment will be late due a personal crisis, students should communicate with the instructor in advance of the due date, and instructors may modify the above policy.
  • This policy may be modified by individual instructors and included in the course syllabus. When in doubt, check your syllabus!

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Main Office Phone:

303-615-0555

Location:

Main Office
Central Classroom Suite 201

Office of Field Education
Central Classroom Suite 202

Office of Social Work Student Services
Central Classroom Suite 206

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Mailing Address:

Metropolitan State University of Denver
Department of Social Work
PO Box 173362 CB 70
Denver, CO 80217-3362