Empowering a bilingual community through social justice
St. Augustine College’s (SAC) Social Work Program is a community of dedicated faculty, motivated students, and inspiring alumni. The program prepares students to promote and support positive change for individuals, families, neighborhoods, and the world. The courses have a unique focus on empowering the Latino community of Chicago through social justice.
The social work faculty is diverse and brings a variety of specialties to the classroom. Students can expect to not only learn in the classroom but also to participate in learning experiences in the field.
Accreditation & CSWE
The St. Augustine College Social Work Program is a nationally accredited program through the Council on Social Work Education (CSWE). Accreditation ensures that students in the Social Work program are receiving a high standard of social work education at the bachelor level.
The BSW Program has been accredited from October 2012 until October 2020.
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LATEST BSW NEWS
St. Augustine College’s Social Work Program honored as America’s top Bachelor’s Degree program at increasing Latino student success in college
Elected officials and higher education leaders from across the country came together Wednesday in the nation’s capital for the announcement of the 2016 Examples of Excelencia, America’s top programs in colleges, universities and community based organizations that increase academic achievement for Latino students at the associates, baccalaureate, and graduate levels.
SAC’s Social Work was selected from among 190 programs from 33 states, Puerto Rico, and the District of Columbia nominated in four categories: associates degree, bachelor’s degree, graduate degree, and community-based organization.
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