Student Organizations

  • General Student Organization Information:

    Student Leader Eligibility: To participate in student leadership, students must be in good academic standing (i.e., 3.0 GPA and above) and have no conduct issues. 

    Student Organizations Contact: If you have questions about GSSW Student Organizations, please contact GSSW.StudentEngage@du.edu. 

     

  • Graduate Student Association (GSA)

    GSA meetings are open to all students. GSA is comprised of an executive team of two Co-Chairs, a Secretary, and a Treasurer as well as several class representatives (Diversity, Equity and Inclusion representative, Advanced Standing Representative, Concentration Representative and Foundation Representative). GSA organizes community events, provides professional development support, shares student concerns with GSSW leadership, and provides a forum for GSSW students to discuss questions, concerns or feedback. 

    Contact: DenverCampus.GSA@du.edu 

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  • MSW@Denver GSA

    MSW@Denver GSA is comprised of an executive team of two Co-Chairs, a Secretary, and a Social Chair, as well as several class representatives (Diversity, Equity and Inclusion representative, Advanced Standing Representative, Concentration Representative and Foundation Representative). GSA organizes virtual student events, shares student concerns with GSSW leadership, and provides a forum for online GSSW students to discuss questions, concerns or feedback. 

    Contact: MSWDenver.GSA@du.edu 

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  • ECO Conscious

    Eco promotes conservation and environmental justice in the GSSW community and beyond by focusing on three critical goals: 1) educating and enlisting the DU community to use Earth's resources responsibly, 2) fostering greater connection with Earth through opportunities to explore and enjoy nature 3) advocating for political change for environmental justice through organized action.

    Contact: gssw.ecoconsious@du.edu

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  • Phi Alpha

    As a national social work honor society, Phi Alpha seeks to provide a closer bond among social work students and to promote humanitarian goals and ideals. MSW student membership in GSSW's Xi Delta Chapter of Phi Alpha is based upon grade point average, credit completion and adherence to the code of ethics established by the National Association of Social Workers (NASW). As a testament to our dedication to giving back to the local community, the Xi Delta chapter also encourages members to participate in community service activities.

    Contact: phialpha@du.edu 

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  • Shades of Brown Alliance (SOBA)

    The Shades of Brown Alliance (affectionately known as SOBA) is a student-led organization that strives to offer a gathering place for students of color to commune, support, & encourage one another as we navigate being BIPOC at GSSW and DU. Open to collaborating with other students, student organizations, community members, faculty, alumni and staff at GSSW and the greater DU community towards making lasting and necessary changes to build the kind of radical learning environment needed to prepare us for the spaces we'll be (re-)entering upon graduation.

    Contact: SOBA@du.edu
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  • Social Workers for Social Justice

    Social Workers for Social Justice has a mission to organize the GSSW community to support and participate in grassroots anti-oppressive community action.

    Contact: swsj@du.edu 

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  • Queer Equality Alliance (QEA)

    Queer Equality Alliance is a space for queer folx and allies to sustain community, educate others, and advocate for liberation to create a radical sense of belonging and culturally responsive inclusivity at GSSW.

    Contact: GSSWQEA@du.edu
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This portfolio last updated: 30-Sep-2022 2:42 PM