Resources for Students
Studying social work means making the most of your education and your time at NC State. To help you achieve this goal, explore these tools and tips.
- NC State Counseling Center
- http://ncsu.rints.com/ - Link on NC State’s Counseling Center website where students can search for providers outside of NC State with a variety of possible filters. Also includes plethora of mental health resources outside of NC State.
- NC State Student Health Services
- NC State CARES website and referrals
- NC State Disability Resource Office
- NC State Protect the Pack – All NC State information pertaining to COVID-19
- NC State Suicide Prevention Services
- QPR Training (Question, Persuade, Refer) for suicide prevention
- NC State Mental Health First Aid training
- NC State Pack Recovery – Recovery Community
- NC State Drop-in Spaces for support (for variety of issues)
- NC State Women’s Center
- NC State GLBT Center
Our scholarship opportunities include:
- Leland E. and Nancy Garrett Scholarship
- The Dereck Whittenburg Foundation Scholarship
- The Myatt-Peebles Scholarship
- The Rosemary Anne Fike Merit Scholarship
To see more information about our scholarships, as well as other NC State scholarships, please visit our Scholarships page.
To see information about CHASS Scholarships, please visit their page here.
Concise, clear writing is critical for professional social workers. Use these guides and resources to improve your writing:
- The Writing Resources Guide, NC State, D.H. Hill Library. Additional NC State library writing resources can be found below.
- NC State Writing and Speaking Tutorial Services at the University Tutorial Center helps students improve their writing.
- NC State Library Databases:
- NC State Library Tutorial, Teach Yourself: Beginning the Research Process
- Writing in APA, OWL Purdue Online Writing Lab
- Strengthening Your Writing Skills: An Essential Task for Every Social Worker, National Association of Social Workers
- Writing a Letter to your Member of Congress, APA
- The New Social Worker Online
- Information for Practice
- The NC State Social Work Network - LinkedIn group for social work students and alumni (click to request an invite to join)
NC State Career Development Center
- ePack: NC State job posting database
- Writing a Social Work resume that Works, NASW-NC
- Career Development Tips from NASW
- National Association of Social Worker Code of Ethics (NASW)
- National Association of Social Workers North Carolina Chapter (NASW – NC)
- Council on Social Work Education (CSWE)
- Emergency Medical Services - 911, or visit the nearest hospital emergency room
- National Suicide Prevention Resource Center Lifeline (24/7) - 1-800-273-TALK (8255) or https://suicidepreventionlifeline.org/chat/ for online chat
- National Hopeline Network (24/7) - 1-800-SUICIDE (784-2433)
- Crisis Text Line - Offers support via text (Text HOME to 741-741)
- Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) Treatment Referral Helpline (Monday - Friday, 8 am to 8 pm ET) - 1-877-SAMHSA (726-4727)
- National Association of Mental Illness (NAMI) 1-800-950-6264 or https://www.nami.org/Home
- InterAct Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Services Crisis Line of Wake County - 919-828-7740
- National Eating Disorders Association Helpline (Monday through Thursday, 9 am to 9 pm EST; Friday, 9 am to 5 pm ET; excluding holidays)- 1-800-931-2237
- IMAlive Online Crisis Network - https://www.imalive.org/ for online chat
- Wake County Crisis & Assessment Local Resources (walk-in services available)
- http://crisissolutionsnc.org/ Crisis resources listed for all 100 NC Counties
- Faces and Voices of Recovery; https://facesandvoicesofrecovery.org/ - national association for community recovery organizations where you can search for services by location
- Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance - https://www.dbsalliance.org/?cvridirect=true
Still Need Assistance?
Call or email the NC State School of Social Work main office using the information below!Phone: 919-515-2492 or Email: email@example.com