The Social Work Council provides a forum for communication with faculty and staff, and organizes educational, service and social action activities to enhance student involvement and cohesion.

All social work students with a personal or professional interest in Latinx issues are invited to join for conversation, networking opportunities and mentorship.

For more information contact professor Mercedes Hernandez.

This network is to provide a space for Black students to come together for solidarity, support and empowerment during their time in the Steve Hicks School. The group is open to all social work students, is facilitated by Black faculty and convenes monthly. Alumni are also welcome.

For more information contact professors Stacey Jordan or Starla Simmons.

EJET (Environmental, Justice and Ecotherapy Student Organization) seeks to  to promote awareness, engagement and action around ecotherapy practices and environmental justice issues. The organization hosts speakers on the topics, facilitate workshops, and attend relevant events in the community.

People of Color Keeping Everyone Tight (P.O.C.K.E.T.) is a space of support for individuals who identify as people of color within the Steve Hicks School of Social Work.

The Philanthropy Education Program (PEP) educates and trains students on development topics such as fundraising, donor cultivation, event planning and stewardship.