KSU Students Visit the MSSW Program

The MSSW Program hosted Kentucky State University students (pictured) on campus this Fall for a visitation day to learn more about the Kent School of Social Work and the MSSW Program. The visitation day was part of the HBCU Cardinal Express to Success initiative.

The HBCU Cardinal Express to Success program is designed to increase the representation of advanced social work practitioners of color prepared to provide practice with diverse, vulnerable and marginalized individuals, families, groups, organizations, and communities. This graduate MSSW program will focus on recruiting students who are currently pursuing or have completed a Bachelor of Social Work degree at a Historically Black College and University (HBCU).

KSU students spent the day meeting with Dean Jenkins, Associate Dean of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Dr. Emma Sterrett-Hong, MSSW Program Director Shawnise Miller, and MSSW Advising staff to discuss the MSSW program, graduate study, and opportunities at the University of Louisville. After a tour of campus the students ended the day with lunch and a fun social gathering in the Student Activities Center.

More pictures available on the Kent School Facebook page.