|2013-2014 Term Dates: (inclusive)|
|Fall:||Monday, September 9, 2013 - Monday, December 2, 2013|
|Winter:||Monday, January 6, 2014 - Friday, April 4, 2014|
|Spring:||Monday, April 21, 2014 - Monday, June 23, 2014|
ADMISSIONS 2014 Deadline Dates
MSW Aboriginal Field of Study (full/part-time): April 1, 2014
Applicants are encouraged to reveiw all information in the FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS section of the Admissions website for information such as; how to submit your application, building hours, referee details, etc.
|Laurier's Inside-Out Program Garners Headlines
(Headline - Mar 04)
|Laurier hosts presentation on poverty for social work week
(News Release - Feb 28)
|T2202A Tuition Tax Receipts Now Available!
(Headline - Feb 26)
|FSW doctoral candidate studies dads’ changing approach to parenting
(Headline - Feb 14)
|MSW Student Advocates for Improved Accessibility on Bus Lines
(Headline - Jan 30)
(Jun 25 - Jun 29)
People at Laurier
Gabriela Novotna’s professional life has taken her from her days as an university student in Bratislava, to half a dozen years as a drug counsellor and therapist, to co-ordinating drug policy for the Slovakian government. Now she’s at Laurier, enrolled in the PhD program in the Faculty of Social Work. “I was looking for a university with a well-established social work program,” Novotna says, “and I liked the way the Faculty of Social Work responded to my application, working quickly to give me a research assistantship and scholarship. It was very welcoming.” Novotna’s research centres on the development and implementation of treatment for people with co-occurrent mental health, substance abuse and gambling problems. “I am interested in mapping the linkages between the environment of the studied treatment programs, their patterns of adaptation, and the effects of these adaptation processes on clients."