Silver School of Social Work
At NYU, Make Your Own Change
Daniella Acosta forges a path for mutual aid—and herself—at NYU.
Meet NYU Silver
The NYU Silver School of Social Work’s undergraduate programs show you how to advocate for people of all backgrounds and facilitate positive change.
A Social Work Minor at NYU Is Anything But Minor
Students across the University make community awareness and action part of their academic path.
The Life-Changing Science of Social Work
At NYU Silver, students and staff harness the power of big data for social good—advancing equity and effecting far-reaching change.
What Can You Do with a Social Work Degree?
NYU Silver School of Social Work graduates use their degrees for a wide range of different careers, from social worker to community organizer and corporate executive to entrepreneur. Here, three alums share their journeys.
The Silver School of Social Work Was the Right Fit for Frank
Classroom knowledge combined with field experience made Frank’s time as an NYU Silver School of Social Work student a foundation for his future.
Policy, Education, and Research: Build a Curriculum to Change the World
In NYU classrooms, students develop an intellectual foundation for changing the world through policy, education, and research.
A Silver Student Finds His Path in Community Organizing
At the Silver School of Social Work, Frankie fights for equity in education, housing, and health care by seeking change at the community level.
Alumni Advice: From the Class of 2014 to the Class of 2024
Check out these words of wisdom from the Class of 2014
A Social Work Student Strives to Amplify Silenced Voices
Social Work major Elizabeth Pontes followed her passion for social justice to NYU, where she strives to make her community as equitable as possible.