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U.S. News & World Report Ranks GSS Top-10% in the Nation


Fordham University’s Graduate School of Social Service is proud to be ranked this year among the top 10% of graduate social work schools in the nation by the U.S. News & World Report.

This year’s ranking is in recognition of the hard work the School has done to establish itself as a leader in future-focused, competency-based curriculum and innovative academic programming,” said Debra M. McPhee, Ph.D., dean of the Graduate School of Social Service. “Most importantly, it recognizes the diversity, talent, and commitment of our faculty, students, administrators, and alumni.”

As an integral part of a Jesuit University located in the heart of New York City, Fordham GSS has a distinguished reputation for excellence in education, research, professional practice and community partnerships. 

“I am tremendously proud to be part of such an outstanding community dedicated to transforming our world through the relentless pursuit of human rights, equity, and social justice,” McPhee said.Thank you to everyone who, everyday, ensures Fordham GSS is an inclusive community defined by excellence.” 

To see this semester’s recap of GSS community member accomplishments, read the latest issue of our school magazine, The Social Worker. This semester’s issue focuses on the balance between innovation and relationships within our profession and in society. You can also visit the GSS website.


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