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Welcome to the TCU Student Association of Social Workers!!!  We're glad you stopped by!

SASW is here to link social work students with our professional organization (NASW) through activities at local, state, and national levels, promote knowledge and interest in social work at TCU, provide orientation to students new to the TCU campus who may be interested in social work, promote social action and community service both within and outside TCU, and provide opportunities for interaction among social work majors and other students interested in social work at TCU.

Social Work students want to save the world and have fun doing it, and SASW is a support system for students with such motives.  Please feel free to look around, and contact one of us with any questions!

 

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Description

The purpose of SASW is to link social work students with the professional organization through activities at local, state, and national levels, promote knowledge and interest in social work at TCU, provide orientation to students new to the TCU campus who may be interested in social work, promote social action and community service both within and outside TCU, and provide opportunities for interaction among social work majors and other students interested in social work at TCU.

SASW is a support system for students passionate about social justice, human worth & dignity, service, and the importance of human relationships.

Category

Academic

Organization Mission

Describe the purpose and mission of your proposed organization.

The purposes of SASW/TCU are
to link social work students with the professional organization through activities at local, state, and national levels
to promote knowledge about and interest in social work at TCU
to provide orientation to students new to the TCU campus who may be interested in social work
to promote social action and community service both within and outside TCU
to provide opportunities for interaction among social work majors and other students interested in social work at TCU.

President Name

President/Charter member of an organization must have completed a minimum of one (1) semester (Fall or Spring) at TCU and be in good standing with the University. Good standing is defined in the Student Organizations Handbook under Membership Requirements for Student Organizations.

Hunter Fischer

President Email

Please use valid tcu.edu email addresses

Advisor Name

Advisor must be a full-time TCU faculty, staff or chaplain. Advisor will be contacted to confirm commitment.

Dr. Jennifer Martin

Advisor School Title

(e.g. Professor, Chaplain, etc.)

Assistant Professor of Professional Practice

Advisor Email

Please complete the following form for the organization that you advise.

Membership Requirements

Please list any/all membership requirements and/or qualifications that are expected of new members. Please refer to the Student Organizations Handbook under Memebership Requirements for Student Organizations.

Membership shall be open to all interested students at TCU who maintain a 2.0 cumulative grade point average.

Membership Dues/Fees

Will your organization require members to pay dues or entrance/initiation fees?

Yes

If yes, please define dues and initiation expenses (include if dues are paid by semester or year)

Dues are $5 per semester or $10 per year, per member. Students who cannot make this financial commitment can talk to the Academic Adviser to see about substituting volunteer hours for annual dues, due to financial hardship; no student will be turned away due to an inability to pay dues.

Membership Selection

How will new members join the organization?

Open enrollment - students may join at any time

Membership Selection Timeline

If membership in your organization is an application & selection process, please indicate when you typically select new members? (Check all that apply)

  • Not Applicable