Social Work

The BSW Program

The BSW Program Mission

The University of Toledo Baccalaureate Social Work Program serves a diverse body of students within an urban, post-industrial environment. The program is committed to the principles of human rights and the achievement of social and economic justice. Our mission is to prepare students to become proactive generalist social workers who work effectively with diverse populations and empower social systems to address change.  The faculty and staff of the undergraduate BSW Program at the University of Toledo are committed to this mission and through the generalist model we strive to prepare our students to practice ethically in all settings and with attention to the values of the profession of social work with focus on social and economic justice.

BSW Student Testimonial


Apply for Admission

BSW Student Handbook

BSW Field Manual

BSW Field Application

Assessment of Student Learning Outcomes

BSW Senior Field Informational Meetings

2018 Student Recognition Celebration on May 4th

Potential Field Placements 

We invite you to explore the website.  If you have any questions, please feel free to contact:

Heather Sloane, BSW Program Director
419-530-5188 or through email at:

For academic advising, please contact:
Lori DuBose
Academic Advisor
Student Services Office
419-530-2092 or through email at:


Last Updated: 8/28/19