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Social Work Matters

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Quick Facts

  • 125 - Number of BSW graduates in 2015-16
  • 127 - Number of MSW graduates in 2015-16
  • 2016 - Year Lecturer Mary Dillon was named Social Work Educator of the Year by the National Association of Social Workers, Central Unit Chapter
  • Spring 2016 - Launch of MSW online option

Mailing Address

School of Social Work
College of Health and Public Affairs
University of Central Florida
HPA I, Suite 204
12805 Pegasus Blvd.
Orlando, FL 32816-3358

Phone: 407.823.2114
Fax: 407.823.5697

Orlando Campus

The School of Social Work offers all of its undergraduate and graduate academic programs at at UCF's campus in Orlando. The school's main office is located in Health and Public Affairs building I (HPA I), in the northeast quadrant of the Orlando campus. (Also see the Campus Map)

Directions to HPA I

From the west side of campus, enter UCF at Central Florida Boulevard (off of State Route 434, also known as Alafaya Trail), turn left at Gemini Boulevard West (becomes Greek Park Drive), turn right at Gemini Boulevard North (becomes Gemini Boulevard East), pass the intesection with North Orion Boulevard, turn right at Gemini Loop (stay to the right), turn right at the stop sign and continue down the road along the paved parking lot to a pedestrian entrance to the college's buildings. The first building is Health and Public Affairs II. Behind it is Health and Public Affairs I.


Parking is available in Parking Garage C and Parking Garage D and in Parking Lot D1, located in front of Health and Public Affairs II. All three parking facilities require a daily parking permit, which can be purchased for $5.00 at the yellow permit machines located in the garages and lot. See the Campus Map for parking garage and lot locations.

I am very privileged to be in the B.S.W. program at UCF and learn from instructors such as yourself [referring to Dr. Dziegielewski].
— Brittany Hamilton,  social work major
I am so grateful for all I've received from this university, both as a student and an alumna.
— Judith Thames,  B.A., social welfare/psychology ('73); co-founder, Judith G. Thames Endowed Scholarship
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