To get a real sense of GSSW's welcoming atmosphere and beautiful setting, please visit us in person. You can meet our faculty, staff and students, tour our campus and state-of-the-art building, and learn more about the ways our programs can be tailored to meet your interests and goals.
Prospective Denver Campus MSW Students
If you are a prospective MSW student who has not yet been admitted to GSSW, we invite you to attend an on campus or online information session to:
- Learn more about our MSW program.
- Meet and talk with our faculty, staff and students.
- Learn about our rich and varied network of field internship opportunities.
- Get information about the admission process and financial aid opportunities.
Online Info Sessions
- Check back in June 2021 for summer and fall 2021 online information sessions. If you have any questions about the program, please sign up for a one-on-one meeting with an Admission Ambassador.
On-Campus Info Sessions
Please note, the previously scheduled on-campus information on November 7, 2020 is now an online only event. We apologize for the inconvenience but due to COVID-19, we are not hosting on-campus events at this time. We encourage you to register for an online information session listed above or sign up for a one-on-one meeting with an Admission Ambassador.
Due to the increased risk of COVID-19 on our nation and the mandate of school closures in Colorado, we will not be able to host on-campus visits. However, we encourage you to sign up for a phone call to speak with one of our admission ambassadors in place of a campus visit.
Meet the Admission Ambassadors
GSSW Admission Ambassadors are here to answer any questions you have regarding the application process, concentrations, certificates, curriculum plans, student life, financial aid and so much more. Ambassadors are current Denver-Campus Master of Social Work students so they have first-hand experience with our program, GSSW faculty and overall student life. Schedule a Zoom call to speak with an Admission Ambassador today!
Virtual Continuing Education
Wednesday, May 12, 2021
“Don’t Work for It” Rest as Reparations workshop
This workshop brings us into the nexus of healing justice and reparations using yoga as an articulation of liberation theology. Drawing from the archival research of Tricia Hershey of the Nap Ministry and the practice of Yoga Nidra from the lineage of Yogi Amrit Desai, participants will learn how to deconstruct dominant narratives about labor while experiencing the bliss that emerges for free from their own bodies in an engaging and moving lecture.
- 1:00 p.m.
Wednesday, May 12, 2021
Engaging in Psychopharmacology
Zachary Catir leads a discussion and interactive workshop on psychopharmacology by using real case examples, handouts and facilitating small group work. Participants will learn the early history of psychopharmacology in the U.S. and will also develop a stronger grasp of ethical issues and challenges clinician’s face in integrated health. Participants will walk away with basic psychopharmacologic treatment and specific strategies for major mental illnesses (such as depression, anxiety, mood disorders, and psychotic disorders). Developed with the master’s or PhD level clinician in mind, this course is great overview/refresher for behavioral health consultants, social workers, LPCs and LMFTs working in the field and who may have limited access to psychiatry.
- 1:00 p.m.