Dr. Helen Mudd, Dean
Dr. Michelle Tucker, Associate Dean, MSW Director
Dr. Anne Adcock, BSW Director
Mrs. Cindy Colyer, BSW Field Director
Mrs. Kalon Moody, MSW Field Director
Dr. Baindu Akinrotiba
Mr. Neil Caldwell
Dr. Dianna Cooper-Bolinsky
Dr. Darlene Eastridge
Dr. Candace Hansford
Mrs. Kelly Joplin
Dr. Khara Kinkade
Dr. Jennifer Lanham
Dr. Elizabeth Ann Moore
Dr. Kimberly Mudd-Fegett
Dr. Renee Sartin
At Campbellsville University’s Carver School of Social Work, the baccalaureate social work program stresses academic excellence, Christian leadership, and personal growth within a nurturing, caring environment. The program expands the University mission in advancing students toward continued learning in all aspects of life with a special emphasis in the professional application of generalist social work practice. As a facilitator of change, the program prepares students to serve diverse communities, organizations, groups, families, and individuals, particularly in a rural environment, at all levels of social work practice.
Campbellsville University’s Bachelor of Social Work Program is accredited by the Council on Social Work Education.
Public Child Welfare Certification Program (PCWCP)
An application selection process will be used to choose a select number of students each academic year at each of the participating universities who show interest in pursuing a career in child protective services. Please contact the Carver School of Social Work to schedule an appointment with the PCWCP coordinator for application details. Those selected receive a financial stipend and tuition assistance in exchange for years of employment with the Kentucky Cabinet for Families and Children.
Eligibility Requirements - To apply for the PCWCP, the student must:
- Be enrolled full time and pursuing a Bachelor of Social Work
- Have an overall cumulative GPA of 2.5
- Have a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or a “B” average in all Social Work courses
- Have at least three semesters and not more than four of undergraduate Social Work courses left to take
- Have taken a social work practice course prior to taking the second of two PCWCP courses.