IU School of Social Work


Graduates of the Indiana University School of Social Work (IUSSW) go on to promote social and economic justice at every level-from providing for the well-being of others to shaping social and economic policies. Since 1911, the school has been dedicated to developing competent, caring professionals who are qualified to assume leadership roles in social work practice, and who strive to enrich the lives of the people they touch. Whether you want to begin a career in social work, or are preparing for an advanced leadership role in practice, research, or policy development – Indiana University School of Social Work sets the standards for innovative and inspired social work education. In addition to social work, the School also serves as the home of the university's Labor Studies Program. With more than 60 years of leadership in the field of Labor Studies and labor education, Indiana University continues to pioneer innovative and quality educational opportunities in this field.

The School of Social work offers programs on campuses across the state of Indiana including Indianapolis (IUPUI), Bloomington (IUB), Richmond (IUE), Gary (IUN), Fort Wayne (IPFW) and South Bend (IUSB).

Network magazine initially started out as a two-color newsletter, but Goul Design Company turned that format into a full-color 28-page magazine. To help create a collective experience and sense of community, alumni contribute stories about their own experiences and lives. Inside the magazine, we helped reorganize sections and created better navigation. The retooled magazine has more content, and the active, open grid easily balances longer articles.