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National Association of Social Workers
750 First Street, NE, Suite 700
Washington, DC 20002-4241

The National Association of Social Workers is a student's best connection to the ideas, information, resources, and people that will help her/him achieve her/his full potential as a student and a future social work professional. When a student joins, she/he receives all of the benefits of regular membership at one-quarter the regular dues. After graduation, the student pays half the regular dues for two years to help her/him get established in the profession.

Applications are located outside the Ezell 104 office. For information about membership benefits, please call 1-800-742-4089 or 202-408-8600.

North American Christians in Social Work (NACSW)
P.O. Box 121
Botsford, CT 06404-0121

The North American Christians in Social Work supports the integration of Christian faith and professional social work practice in the lives of its members, the profession and the church, promoting love and justice in social service, and social reform. Student memberships are available.

Social Work Club
Membership in the Social Work Club is open to all students enrolled in social work classes. The club meets approximately once a month at a time selected by students in their first meeting each semester. The setting of club goals or participation in special community or campus projects is the responsibility of club members. Full-time social work faculty serve as advisors for the club.

Participation in the club affords members the opportunity to develop leadership and group skills, and through planned programs and field trips to learn of practice experiences from social workers in a variety of settings. Club members plan periodic chapel programs including "Resident of the Month," a special "Blue Ribbon" honoring the differently abled students at the Sunshine School in Searcy.

National Social Work Honor Society
In April 1980, the Social Work Program was granted a charter for Beta Lambda Chapter of Alpha Delta Mu, the National Social Work Honor Society. The primary objective of this Honor Society is to recognize and encourage superior scholarship in Social Work Education and to advance excellence in social work practice.
Consistent with the national organization, the requirements for membership are as follows:

  1. Achieved junior or senior standing.
  2. Earned a minimum of 15 semester hours in Social Work Courses with a grade point average of 3.3.
  3. Achieved an overall grade point average of 3.0 or above.
  4. Been duly enrolled in an undergraduate Social Work or Welfare Program accredited by the Council on Social Work Education.