Organizations and Clubs

Phi Alpha Honor Society Induction

Phi Alpha logoThis event is sponsored by the Social Work Department Phi Alpha Honor Society and is for members of the Phi Alpha Honor Society and their families to honor students who have achieved the GPA and who meet the criteria for induction into the honor society. Refreshments following.

Student Recognition & MSW Hooding Ceremony - Held every December, is sponsored by the Social Work Department. This event includes speakers from the Seidel School, The Office of Graduate Studies and the Social Work professional community. This is a special opportunity to celebrate your achievement with your families, professors, instructors, and colleagues! This makes for a great photo opportunity. Please plan to attend this smaller event the evening prior to the larger graduation the next morning. Refreshments following this celebratory event. This year's event is combined with the Phi Alpha Honor Society Induction and is yet to be scheduled for fall 2018. Students are to arrive wearing their cap and gown, with hood in hand.

The Chi Eta Chapter of the Phi Alpha Honor Society at Salisbury University promotes high academic achievement within the School of Social Work. We support high educational & ethical standards among social workers. Membership is open to undergraduate and graduate social work students who meet the established scholarship qualifications. We invite those who have attained educational excellence to apply.

Applications to the Phi Alpha Honor Society are due by 4:00 pm Thursday, February 28th.

Social Work Student Association

Members of the Social Work Student Association take an active role in the leadership of the organization. They work to develop effective and meaningful service and fund-raising activities that benefit the larger community. It's not all work though! Members also find time to participate in fun activities to help foster a strong connection among students. Be on the lookout for announcements in your University email! The advisor is Ms. Eileen Gilheany.