Rankings and Numbers

The School
#9
school of social work, according to U.S. News and World Report (#1 in Ohio)
9
multidisciplinary research and training centers, including 3 Centers of Excellence, covering a range of specialties
3
formats to earn the MSW degree: on-campus, intensive weekend and online
1st
professional graduate school of social work in America, founded in 1915
43,639
volumes in the Harris Library, one of the few professional social work libraries in the U.S.
6
dual-degree options to pair your master’s with experience in public health, nonprofit management, law, business or bioethics and medical humanities
The Faculty
22.2
average h-index for faculty, a measurement of research productivity and impact (compared to 6.34 for social work faculty nationally)
8:1
student-faculty ratio, one of the nation’s lowest
10
endowed professorships, among the most of any school of social work in the nation
$15
million in research and training grant awards last year
The Student Experience
93.5%
positive career outcome after graduation
710
field education agencies throughout the United States
$6.2
million annual economic impact of students’ field education placements
100%
on-campus students who received scholarship support last year
7%
31%
underrepresented minority students in the student body
8,900+
alumni in all 50 states and 41 countries
4.06
average rating students give to professors in end-of-semester evaluations (out of 5)
13%
student participation in a study abroad course