MSW Student Resource Portal
As a current Graduate School of Social Work (GSSW) student, you are certain to have questions. We’ve got answers, and lots of information and resources to help you successfully navigate your MSW program. Visit our Contact Us page to connect directly with a GSSW team member.
GSSW Academic Calendars
- Summer 2023 GSSW Academic Calendar (Online Program)
- Summer 2023 GSSW Academic Calendar (Denver and Four Corners Programs)
- Fall 2023 GSSW Academic Calendar
- Winter 2024 GSSW Academic Calendar
- Spring 2024 GSSW Academic Calendar
GSSW Field Calendars:
University of Denver Calendars
- University Academic Calendar: Full Year 2023–24
- University Academic Calendar: Full Year 2024–25
- University Academic Calendar: Full Year 2025–26
University of Denver Resources:
Here are some common resources for all MSW programs. If you don't find a resource listed here, search on DU's primary website.
Health & Wellness Resources
Telus Health (formerly My Student Support Program (My SPP): It's okay to ask for help. Contact us for 24/7 real-time support via text, phone, app, or Internet. My SSP has counselors available who speak Spanish, Mandarin, Cantonese, Korean, Arabic, French and English.
CAPE (Center for Advocacy, Prevention, Empowerment): Supporting survivors of sexual violence and promoting healthy relationships.
SOS (Student Outreach and Support): Helps students succeed by connecting them to resources, developing a plan of action to meet their goals, and navigating challenging situations. Staff, faculty and students can submit a referral or reach out directly for connection.
If you or someone you know needs help in dealing with a suicidal crisis, call or text 988 to reach the Suicide & Crisis Lifeline.
Leave of Absence: At certain times in graduate school, a student may need to take a pause in their program. You will find information on personal and medical leave options at the following links: Personal Leave of Absence Policy | Student Outreach and Support information on Medical Leave - Medical Leave of Absence and Reentry Policy.
Health and counseling services vary by program.Learn More
Student Technology Essentials
Check your MyDU portal for important documents, registration info and other student essentials.
Access our online learning-management system to find syllabi, assignments, deadlines and more.
Access your email account, Microsoft Word, OneDrive and other resources that can help you complete your schoolwork.
Host or attend virtual meetings or classes.
Resources by MSW Program
The following resources are specific to your MSW program. Find information about program-specific health and counseling resources and resource guides.
Denver Campus MSW Program
Financial: The GSSW Student Emergency Fund provides limited financial assistance to currently enrolled Denver Campus MSW students who are experiencing unexpected, temporary hardships, resulting from emergency or crisis situations.
Health and Counseling Center: The University Health and Counseling Center provides exceptional, inclusive, integrated health care. The center promotes student success and wellness through education, advocacy and outreach to the University of Denver community.
- After-hours counseling: 303-871-2205
- Inclusive and Specialty Services
- Quarterly Group Counseling Program - Health and Counseling
- Psychological Assessments and ADHD Evaluations
Professional Psychology Clinic: The Professional Psychology Clinic is the training center for the University of Denver Graduate School of Professional Psychology. The clinic has provided low-cost, high-quality psychological services to Denver's community for over 30 years.
- Contact: 303-871-3626
- Fees for services are on a sliding scale and are based on income and financial circumstances.
Health Insurance Plan: The University of Denver offers a comprehensive Student Insurance Plan underwritten by United Healthcare Student Resources. This plan is designed specifically for students attending a campus-based program at the University of Denver and is only available to enrolled, active students.
Four Corners MSW Program
Counseling: Students have access to six counseling sessions (paid for by DU) with one of the following providers:
- Mark Dickmann: 970-769-1569
- Jane Pedersen: 970-385-5266
- Western Colorado MSW Program
Online MSW Program: MSW@Denver
Health & Counseling: Uwill is a leading mental health and wellness solution that provides students with the ability to connect immediately (or on their preferred timeline) with licensed mental health counselors based on their unique needs and preferences. To get started, visit the Uwill portal, create an account with your DU email, and connect with a clinician.