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Campus Security Report

The Institute for Clinical Social Work publishes a report that discloses relevant information about campus security policies and crime statistics. The 2017 Crime Security Report can be found HERE.


Diversity of Enrollment

In the Fall of 2017, enrollment of full-time graduate students in credit programs was 102. Of these, 81% were female and 19% were male. The full Diversity Report can be found HERE.


Retention Rates

100% of first-time, full-time graduate students who enrolled in the Fall of 2016 returned in the Fall of 2017. The part-time student retention rate was 100%.


Graduation Rates

The 2016-2017 Graduation Report can be found HERE.


Gainful Employment

In accordance with the Department of Education (DOE) disclosure requirements, the following programs are eligible for Title IV financial aid:

Title CIP Code
Clinical/Medical Social Work (Ph.D.)
Graduates who get jobs upon graduation: 100%*
Program graduates are employed in the following fields:
Private Practice; Group Practice; Family Service Agencies; Social Service Agencies; Nonprofit Agencies; Community Mental Health Centers; Residential Facilities.
*percentage based on 2015-2016 data
51.1503
Mental Health Counseling/Counselor (MA)
Graduates who get jobs within 3 months of graduation: 100%*
Program graduates are employed in the following fields:
Private Practice; Group Practice; Family Service Agencies; Social Service Agencies; Nonprofit Agencies; Community Mental Health Centers; Residential Facilities.
*percentage based on 2015-2016 data
51.1508

The following programs are not eligible for Title IV financial aid:

Title CIP Code
Advanced Clinical Practice (ACP)
Graduates who get jobs upon graduation: 100%*
Program graduates are employed in the following fields:
Private Practice; Group Practice; Family Service Agencies; Social Service Agencies; Nonprofit Agencies; Community Mental Health Centers; Residential Facilities.
*percentage based on 2015-2016 data
51.1503

Disability Resources and Services

Because ICSW believes academically qualified individuals with disabilities should have equal opportunity and access to a quality education, we have been actively involved in fostering an environment that encourages full participation by students with disabilities in every segment of the institution. ICSW provides a variety of services and accommodations to meet the needs of disability related concerns in accordance with the American with Disabilities Act of 1990 and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended.

Disability Services

The Institute for Clinical Social Work coordinates and provides a variety of services based the student’s individual needs. Examples of some of these services include the following:

  • Academic accommodations
  • Faculty consultation
  • A variety of reasonable accommodations
  • Contact with agencies servicing people with disabilities.
  • Special testing arrangements: extended time, reader or separate room
  • Special classroom seating
  • Assistance with obtaining alternate format or large print textbooks and Braille materials for the visually impaired
  • Information and referral

Drug and Alcohol Statement

The Institute for Clinical Social Work is committed to creating an environment for its students, faculty, and staff in which the misuse of alcohol and drugs is minimized, which encourages moderation, safety and individual accountability, and which provides an atmosphere free of coercion and peer pressure to misuse alcoholic beverages (“alcohol”), prescription medication, or use unlawful drugs.  ICSW strongly supports educational and treatment programs as the most effective means to help reduce and prevent alcohol and drug abuse.  At the same time, ICSW prohibits the misuse or unlawful possession or distribution of prescription medications, as well as, unlawful possession, use, or distribution of illicit drugs by students, faculty members, or staff members while participating in ICSW programs or conducting ICSW business off-premises.


Sexual Misconduct and Complaint Resolution

Sexual misconduct, including sexual discrimination, harassment, non-consensual sexual intercourse and/or contact, exploitation, and interpersonal violence such as stalking, dating violence and/or domestic violence, will not be tolerated at the Institute for Clinical Social Work (ICSW). The Institute cares deeply about the health, safety, and well-being of all members of its community and is committed to fostering a community that promotes prompt reporting of all types of sexual misconduct, the timely and equitable resolution of sexual misconduct complaints, and educational and prevention programming.

Sexual Misconduct Policy

Statement of Rights


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