Prospective Student Information Sessions
Virtual Prospective Student Information Sessions
Eastern Standard Time (EST)
Thursday, October 14th
|7 PM - 8 PM (EST)||ONLINE|
Thursday, November 18th
|12 PM - 1 PM (EST)||ONLINE|
|Thursday, December 9th||7 PM - 8 PM (EST)||ONLINE|
To call the Delphi Center: 1-800-871-8635
On-Campus Prospective Student Information Sessions
High School Applicants
To be admitted to the Lower Division, beginning freshmen must meet the following requirements: High School Students
- Graduation from an accredited high school
- Grade Point Average of 2.5 or higher, have a GED or equivalent by petition (for example, home school educations)
- Completion of pre-college curriculum
- Composite ACT score of not less than 20
Admission into the Lower Division of the BSW Program does not guarantee admission into the Upper Division of the BSW Program.
External University Transfers
Transfer applicants with 24 hours or more must have a college grade point average of 2.5 or higher to be admitted in good standing to the Lower Division BSW Program. Transfer admissions website: louisville.edu/admissions/apply/transfer
Please note: You must also apply to the University of Louisville, Office of Admissions to be accepted to the University, while concurrently applying directly to the Kent School BSW Program.
APPLY TO UOFL: louisville.edu/admissions/
General Education Certifications from KCTCS for Full Certification
- Students who have earned the Associates of Arts or Associates of Science (AA and AS) degree will be "fully certified" if they have completed the full 60-hour program described under the General Education Block Transfer Policy.
- Once certified, students will be admitted to junior-level standing at the university, their general education course work will be accepted as meeting up to 48 hours of institution-wide lower division general education requirements.
- The KCTCS college will certify the outgoing transcripts of AA or AS degree recipients.
- Associates of Applied Science (AAS) degree students do not receive a full certification; this degree is not geared towards a Bachelor’s degree.
Internal University Transfers (Major Changers)
Students who have completed at least one semester in another school of the university with a cumulative grade point average of 2.5 may apply for an intra-university transfer (change major) to the Lower Division Bachelor of Social Work Program.
Upper Division Applicants
The BSW Upper Division program is now accepting Upper Division applications for Fall 2022.
Please submit a Pre-Admissions Sonia Form: This notifies the BSW Program that you are applying for our Upper Division. Please note: once you submit the Pre-Admissions Sonia Form a link to apply to the Upper Division will be sent to you to apply via Sonia Software.
Please watch the following videos before applying to the Upper division:
Admission into the BSW Upper Division Program requires:
- Minimum of 45 earned college credit hours
- Cumulative GPA of 2.5 or higher
- Personal Statement
- Work Experience
- Two letters of recommendation
Title IX/Clery Act Notification (must read for application process)
Please note: If you are applying from outside of the University of Louisville, you must also apply to the University of Louisville, Office of Admissions to be accepted to the university, while concurrently applying directly to the Kent School Upper Division BSW Program.
APPLY TO UOFL: louisville.edu/admissions/
Application Deadline for BSW Upper Division Program
The Upper Division BSW application deadline for Fall is:
- PRIORITY DEADLINE: February 1st
- FINAL DEADLINE: May 1st
To learn about the BSW Online Program, click here.
Effective through Spring 2018: (see http://louisville.edu/provost/GER)
- Written Communication 6 hrs
- Oral Communication 3 hrs
- Quantitative Reasoning (Mathematics - MATH 105) 3 hrs
- Arts & Humanities (one course from each area) 6 hrs
- Natural Sciences (two science disciplines, one with a lab) 7 hrs
- Social & Behavioral Sciences (one course must be World Civilizations History) 6 hrs
- Cultural Diversity (D1 & D2)* 6 hrs*
BSW Supporting Requirements
- SW 101 Orientation 1 hr
- SW 201 (Introduction to Social Work) 3 hrs
- Human Biology (SW 203, HSS 202, or PSYC 305) 3 hrs
- Statistics (SW 204, MATH 109, PSYC 301, SOC 301, or JA 326) 3 hrs
- Introduction to Psychology (PSYC 201) 3 hrs
- Introduction to Sociology (SOC 201, SOC 202, or SOC 203) 3 hrs
- Electives (suggested in areas of Social & Behavioral Sciences, Natural Sciences, Mathematics, and Foreign Languages) 9 hrs
Alcohol and Drug Counseling Track -see attachment
VOA/Centerstone – see attachment
The Public Child Welfare Certification Program (PCWCP)
Email BSW Program: firstname.lastname@example.org
Director: Dr. Armon Perry
Coordinator (Advisor): Shelby Eisenback, MA
Administrative Assistant: Jennifer Stratton