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Advisory Council

The Social Work Program Advisory Council is composed of students, educators, pastors, professional social workers, and agency administrators who represent a broad spectrum of practice areas. These experts advise the program and evaluate the Social Work Program’s plans for training skilled social work professionals with a commitment to core values and a Biblical worldview. Meetings are held twice a year, on the second Thursday of October and the second Thursday of April.

Mission Statement

To provide a direct link and effective communication between the Social Work profession and classroom, between the practitioner and the theorist.