Students who study in our program get 400 hours of hands-on work in the community, have access to meaningful field placments locally, regionally and internationally, and are encouraged to participate in the annual field trip to the Washington State Capital. The school is committed to social engagement and students work on social programs in the community. Our program is the most diverse on the Walla Walla University campus and our small class sizes give ample opportunity for involvement with other students from a variety of backgrounds. Our CSWE-accredited program is unique and competitive because of the clinical focus and training. Our students are well-prepared for success in graduate school—over half of each graduating class is accepted into graduate programs every year, including top-ranked and Ivy league programs.
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