Social Work Program


Looking for a social work program?
We invite you to learn more about our Social Work Program at The University of Findlay.

The Social Work Program is small in nature, which allows for a lot of individual attention. Our program has a great mix of traditional and non-traditional students which allows a unique learning environment in the classroom. Successful social workers are those with strong leadership skills, compassion for people and the drive to help individuals improve their lives. In the program, we look for students who demonstrate a commitment to social change through work experiences, academic endeavors and extracurricular or community service.

At Findlay, you will complete two internships – arranged with help from UF faculty members – both are built right into the Social Work Program. You will have opportunities to develop close working relationships with the faculty, not only as professors, but also as caring professionals who can help prepare you for the “real world” of social work!

We are especially transfer friendly. With the right combination of credits, transfer students can complete our program in two years.

Findlay, Ohio is located in Northwest Ohio, The University of Findlay is ranked by U.S. News & World Report and by The Princeton Review

At Findlay, you will complete two internships arranged with help from UF faculty members as part of the social work course work helping prepare you for the “real world” of social work.
Pass Rate
Social work students have an 89 percent pass rate on the licensure exam and are able to meet all requirements to obtain that professional licensure immediately upon graduation.
The social work programs has been accredited by the Council on Social Work Education since 1995.
Graduation Rate
Over the last four years the social work program had an 100 percent graduation rate.
Employment Rate
Social work students have either found employment or entered graduate school within three months of graduation.
Social Work
You will participate in such activities as professional seminars/forums, field trips, and community service and philanthropic projects, all of which allow expansion of knowledge about the social work profession.