The Catholic University of America

Admissions

Degree Programs

NCSSS offers the Ph.D., M.S.W., and B.S.W. programs. Each is characterized by academic excellence, a dynamic learning environment, and individualized attention. All programs promote social justice and the dignity of all people as bio-psycho-social-spiritual beings. We offer full time and part time enrollment for each program.

Ph. D. Program: Professional MSW social workers considering doctoral program education are invited to contact Dr. Lynn Mayer, Ph.D. Program Chair, to discuss their questions or schedule an appointment at 202-319-5479 or mayer@cua.edu.

M.S.W. Program: Applicants are invited to contact Ms. Aileen Worrell, MSW, MBA, Director of Admissions and Financial Aid, for more information or to schedule an appointment at 202-319-5496 or e-mail cua-ncsss-admissions@cua.edu. The Clinical M.S.W Program is also available online.

B.S.W. Program: Applicants are invited to contact Dr. Eileen Dombo, Bachelor's Program Chair, for more information about our liberal arts and social work program or to schedule an appointment at 202-319-4946 or dombo@cua.edu. Learn more at http://ncsss.cua.edu/admissions/ugrad.cfm

For non-traditional students returning to school, we encourage you to apply for a baccalaureate degree through the Metropolitan College of The Catholic University of America. Learn more at http://metro.cua.edu/admissions/.

Financial Aid

Applicants to the National Catholic School of Social Service may contact the school's Office of Admissions and Financial Aid (202-319-5496) for information about scholarships, grants and loans. Prospective applicants should request loan information and forms from the Office of Financial Aid, 6 McMahon Hall, CUA, Washington, DC20064, 202-319-5307.

Read more about scholarships and other financial assistance opportunities.