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Bachelor of Social Work Program

BSW Advising

Registration for Fall 2018 is open until August 21.

Why get Advised?

  • Obvious answer: to stay on track and graduate on time.
  • Not so obvious answer: our BSW advisors are social workers themselves and have practiced in the field. They offer much insight into planning your social work career!

How often should I be advised?

We recommend all students see their advisor at least once a semester. In some cases, students are required to do so to remove academic holds that prevent registration.

Who is my advisor?

Stacia Elders and Arrione Clarke are here for you! Simply make an appointment using our online scheduling system by clicking on the links below or come in during their designated walk-in hours.

Arrione Clarke

Arrione Clarke
Undergraduate Programs Advisor III

GACB 107
Schedule an appointment:
In-Person Appointment
Phone Appointment

Please arrive at your scheduled appointment time. If you are 15 minutes late to your scheduled appointment, you will need to reschedule your appointment.

Frequently Asked Questions

To better assist our Undergraduate BSW students in a timely manner, we have prepared a list of answers to 10 frequently asked questions:

  1. Walk-in hours have been cancelled for the duration of the summer and will resume in the Fall.
  2. To schedule an advising appointment, please utilize our online scheduler. Click either "In-Person Appointment" or "Phone Appointment" under your advisor's name (in the section above).
  3. For important Graduation Application deadlines, please visit
  4. If your Admission Status is currently "inactive," please contact the Office of Admissions and Records at 817-272-3372 prior to scheduling an advising appointment.
  5. If you have NOT yet been accepted into the University, please contact the School of Social Work Admissions team at 817-272-1044 prior to scheduling an advising appointment.
  6. For a step-by-step guide to register classes, please visit:
  7. If you receive an ERROR message while attempting to register for classes, please be sure to check the Course Pre-requisites and Notes to ensure that you have met the requirements of the class. If the problem persists, please send Ms. Arrione Clarke an email with a screen shot of the problem.
  8. If you need to DROP a class, please be sure to check the Academic Calendar for important dates:
  9. Please DO NOT leave voice messages on Ms. Arrione Clarke's office phone as we are currently in GACB due to construction in Building A.
  10. For more information about the BSW program, please visit:,