Join us for a conversation on Wednesday, Nov. 17.Allyson Schwartz, M.S.S. '72Schwartz is a nationally recognized leader on health care policy and a former Member of the U.S. House of Representatives from Pennsylvania.Learn more and register.
The World Needs Good Social WorkersAt the GSSWSR, we prepare our students to pave a better path forward. What will you do as a social worker?Watch the Video
What Will Your Social Work Journey Look Like?Discover Our Degree Programs
Scholarship and PreparationField EducationField Education provides social work students with hands-on, challenging field placements that put education into practice.Watch The Field Placement Video.
Congratulations to Our 2021 Graduates!The GSSWSR is proud to welcome the graduating class of 2021 as our newest social workers. Congratulations!
Welcome to the Bryn Mawr College Graduate School of Social Work and Social Research (GSSWSR), located in the Greater Philadelphia area! Like Bryn Mawr College as a whole, the GSSWSR is distinguished by its dedication to fine teaching, attentiveness to individual students, and high academic standards within a liberal arts tradition. Founded in 1915, the GSSWSR has from its inception embraced scholarship, practice, and collaboration within a broad construction of social work and social welfare.
Who Are We?
The GSSWSR prepares students to become effective social work practitioners, advocates for social and economic justice, and leaders in the social work profession. Students learn about work with individuals, families and groups, as well as social work with organizations and communities. Students learn a holistic approach to social work practice with an emphasis on the importance of diversity and inclusion. GSSWSR's accredited program awards a Master of Social Service (M.S.S.) degree, which is equivalent to an M.S.W.
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