Take advantage of the richness of campus life.
Beyond class and practicum, the Columbia School of Social Work and the wider University offer countless opportunities for students to extend their networks, open up job possibilities, and practice their professional skills. Social work students lead caucuses, write for publications, organize events, and engage in activism of various kinds. Sometimes they even relax and have fun!
Honing Your Professional Skills
Student CaucusesCultivate relationships with your peers, grow your professional network, and practice being an advocate and leader by joining one or more of the 20+ caucuses at the School of Social Work.
Student JournalContribute to the debate about the future of social work research and practice by sharing your research, experiences, and views in the annual Columbia Social Work Review.
Student UnionThe Student Union is the official representative student council of the Columbia University School of Social Work. Its mission is to enhance the educational experience of the student body through fostering activities and consistent advocacy.
Student Union site