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Social Work Resources in Chesnutt Library that include print and electronic books, journal articles, biographical and statistical information, streaming video and media items.
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About this Guide

The purpose of this guide is to assist students and faculty members of Fayetteville State University's School of Social Work in locating library resources for study and research purposes. The resources are print and electronic books, print and electronic articles, non-print information such as DVDs, and streaming video, and informational and statistical databases.  The library makes every attempt to provide timely and updated  information in social work through books, articles and selected web sites. 

 

Charles Waddell Chesnutt Library

Welcome to the Charles W. Chesnutt Library LibGuide for Social Work

The mission of the Charles Waddell Chesnutt Library is to support the University in its educational, research and cultural endeavors through careful selection, acquisition, organization, and interpretation of information resources. In addition, the Chesnutt Library assumes its special role as a major cultural resource for the community and the region at large. To find out more about the mission and goals of Chesnutt Library click here.

 

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Friday 7:45 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Saturday 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
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Welcome to the Department of Social Work

About the School of Social Work

School of Social Work
Fayetteville State University
Phone: 910-672-2432
Lauretta J. Taylor Building, Room 223

 

From the Interim Associate Dean, Dr. Terri Moore-Brown: "On behalf of the social work faculty and staff, I welcome you to Fayetteville State University School of Social Work! We invite you to explore our Bachelor of Social Work and Master of Social Work programs. Both programs are rigorous and promote academic excellence.

FSU is located in the scenic Cape Fear River Valley of North Carolina, between the Blue Ridge Mountains and the Atlantic Ocean. Residents of Fayetteville enjoy mild temperatures, four distinct seasons, a low cost of living, and easy access to beautiful Carolina beaches.

Fort Bragg, the largest military installation in the United States is within ten minutes of the FSU. The department has a unique contractual relationship, which provides national attention, with the United States Army at Fort Sam Houston, Texas to educate and produce military personnel with MSW degrees. All of our social work students develop an understanding of the complex features of military life and acquire skills that address the needs of service members, citizen soldiers, veterans and their families. Students in the MSW Program can concentrate in children and family services or mental health and substance.

We also house two certificate programs. The Military Behavioral Health Certificate Program provides mental and behavioral health professionals knowledge and skills that enhance their abilities to provide quality care for active duty military service members, veterans, citizen soldiers and their families as well as enhance their marketability in finding employment with organizations that target military populations.

The Certificate Program in Substance Abuse Studies provides structured and applied instruction that is directly related to the needs of individuals and families suffering from the devastating effects of Alcohol, Tobacco, & Other Drugs. This certificate benefits persons that work in fields of mental health, family services, youth services, faith-based agencies, veteran centers, hospitals and health agency settings.

Our exemplary faculty members have impressive teaching qualifications and social work practice experiences. We are committed to excellence in teaching, research, and community service. Faculty members value every student, and are invested in student learning. Students matriculate in an environment that promotes diversity and brings together faculty, field instructors, social work professionals, and students for collaborative learning."

Mission Statement

The mission of the School of Social Work in the College of Arts & Sciences at Fayetteville State University (FSU) is to prepare competent social work professionals at undergraduate and graduate levels, promote life long learning and enhance the well-being of individuals, children and families residing in rural, urban and military communities throughout North Carolina, the nation and the world. Committed to excellence in teaching, scholarship, service, and leadership, faculty strive to alleviate poverty and oppression, advance social and economic justice in a multicultural society and in the global community.

 Goals

  1. To prepare students for advanced social work practice, research and leadership by concentrating in children and family services or in mental health and substance abuse services in urban, rural, and military communities.
  2. To equip social work students with the knowledge, skills, and values to alleviate oppression, poverty, and discrimination in a multicultural society and global community.
  3. Develop social workers who seek and promote competency in advocating social and economic justice in a multicultural society through professional development and involvement in professional and/or community organizations.

This is a two year MSW program offered to full time students. The curriculum prepares students for advanced social work practice in one of two areas of concentration: Children and Family Services or Mental Health and Substance Abuse.

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Room 205/Chesnutt Library
Fayetteville State University
1200 Murchison Road
Fayetteville, North Carolina 28301
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