More Resources

As a student at the Columbia University School of Social Work, sooner or later you may need computer/printer assistance, tips on doing library research and/or help with writing your papers. In addition, you may feel an occasional need to take a break from your studies and get involved in student activities. And, particularly as you near the end of graduate school, chances are you will enter the mode of seeking career advice.

Please click on the links below or in the secondary navigation for lists of questions frequently asked by students who have made use of these further resources offered by the School:

  • Career Services: Guides you in locating suitable career opportunities.
  • Computing Services: Assists with questions on CSSW’s computer, printer and AV equipment, and on programs like CourseWorks.
  • Social Work Library: Provides reserve materials and research consultations.
  • Student Life: Manages the myriad student activities organized by the student government ("SUEB") and student groups (“caucuses”).
  • Writing Center: Assists with any writing issue related to your program of study.