The Registrar’s Office for the Graduate School of Social Work is located on the 4th Floor of 43 West 23rd Street, in Manhattan.
The Registrar’s Office maintains students’ academic records. The functions of this office include coordinating the semester course registration process and processing Change of Name, Leave of Absence, and other official forms.
The Registrar’s Office also provides the following services: prepares official transcripts, evaluates transfer credit requests, handles matters pertaining to veterans, verifies fulfillment of academic graduation requirements, processes certificates of full-time status for insurance or certification purposes, addresses all matters related to student visas, issues diplomas upon graduation, and processes applications for licenses.
Financial Aid Office
The main office of Financial Aid for the Graduate School of Social Work is located on the 4th Floor of 43 West 23rd Street, in Manhattan. The staff processes applications for aid, including Federal and State loan applications. All questions regarding financial aid should be directed to this office. The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), required for all financial aid, is available in this office. Students who need assistance with the FAFSA application should make an appointment with a financial aid counselor. All students wishing to be considered for financial aid must file the FAFSA form as soon as they are accepted into the program and must file each year on or before the time of registration. Late applications may not be processed and the student may not receive any aid.
The Graduate School of Social Work bursar’s office is located on the 3rd floor of 43 West 23rd Street, Manhattan. Hours of operation are Monday through Thursday 9:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. and Friday 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
The Bursar’s Office maintains students’ financial records. The functions of this office include issuing tuition bills, collecting and recording tuition payments and processing refunds. It is the policy of Touro College that transcripts and diplomas not be issued to students with outstanding tuition balances. Students requesting official transcripts or the release of their diplomas are advised to obtain verification that all tuition payments, fees and any other payments to Touro College have been satisfied before submitting such requests
School of Social work faculty, and administrative staff have
access to all the collections and services provided by Touro
College libraries. The gateway to these resources is the
libraries' web site at www.touro.edu/library.
There is a substantial and growing social work collection.
links include: an Information Literacy page, which leads to a general "Library Guide" on finding
information at Touro College, to tutorials on education and
psychology, and to a "Research & Writing" guide with a sample
outline and examples of how to avoid plagiarism; an Online Catalog, which identifies print
and non-print items located throughout the libraries' collections,
with links to over 2,300 eBooks;
a Periodicals page, which leads to full-text reserves; Web & Search Sites, a directory of links to over 1,800 hand-picked resources; and Ask a Librarian,
a feature providing reference assistance and research advice via
The Touro College Graduate School of Social Work offers an array of
educational services designed to enhance your professional development. Services include: writing workshops, professional development seminars, LMSW examination preparation workshops, career preparation and guidance and assistance with academic and personal concerns and problems.
For more details please contact the Director of Student Advancement, Allison Bobick,
at 463-0400 x5373