News & EVENTSUTSA Downtown campus students including social work students, who are members of Students Raising Children, partnered with La Trínidad United Methodist Church to provide child care for graduate students taking classes in the evening. However, Students Raising Children are lining up funding and seeking to get an exemption to state licensing requirements. All NEWS > Roadrunner Days kicks off the new school year with dozens of campus-wide events. All Events >
Dr. Jolyn Mikow is the director of our department's Title IV-E program. The program (SWEPT) operates with federal funds made available through Title IV-E of the Social Security Act, providing financial support for Texas Child Protective Services employees and UTSA social work students committed to a career in public child welfare. SWEPT provides this training and educational program for the Texas Department of Protective and Family Services Regions 8 and 11. This is a great opportunity for students that are eligible. Applications are accepted year round. If you have questions please contact Dr. Jolyn Mikow (firstname.lastname@example.org; 210.458.3005).