• socialworkers getinvolvedSocial work attracts a special breed of individuals. It’s not a job as much as it’s a calling—one that impacts peoples’ lives powerfully.

    A Marygrove degree in our vast field is very valuable for work in the service profession. Your drive to make the world better can have you aiding all demographics. Your calling might be to help the homeless, or provide counseling for the youth, or assist HIV/AIDS victims and those at risk.

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    Marygrove Social Work Admissions

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    Admissions to the Social Work Program at Marygrove College is selective and is granted to those students who demonstrate interest, personal values, academic ability, and the interpersonal skills desirable for successful social work practice. The Bachelor of Social Work Degree represents the first level of professional education for entry into the Social Work Profession. 

    A student must first be enrolled at Marygrove in order to be accepted into this Program.

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    OCTOBER DOMESTIC VIOLENCE (DV) AWARENESS MONTH A HUGE SUCCESS!!!

    To the entire Marygrove College community,

    On behalf of SASHA Center, Marygrove College Social Work Department, Women’s Center, Gentleman's Round Table and the Office on Student Leadership, we would like to express our deepest appreciation to everyone! 

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    We Accept Transfer Credits...

    • Oakland Community College
    • Macomb Community College
    • Schoolcraft College
    • Wayne County Community College

    Marygrove College is pleased to offer prospective students the ability to check the transferability of courses taken at other institutions. 

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