Accredited by the Council on Social Work Education
School of Adult and Graduate Education
Social Work Major
Maynard L. Cressman, M.S.W.
Associate Professor/ Director, Social Work
610-606-4666 Ext. 3502
Gerontology and Global Social Justice
Suzanne Weaver, M.S.W., L.S.W., A.C.S.W.
610-606-4666 Ext. 3500
Kathleen Boland, Ph.D., M.S.W., L.C.S.W., A.C.S.W.
610-606-4666 Ext. 3499
In a Living Learning Community (LLC) at Cedar Crest College, you can enjoy a fuller, deeper learning experience by living in a residence hall with other students who share similar interests.
The mission of Living Learning Communities at Cedar Crest College is to integrate curricular and co-curricular experiences to foster characteristics of women’s leadership, civic engagement, and global connectivity. Living Learning Communities cultivate interactions among students, faculty, and staff by building a community of scholars who share common interests.
The Global Social Justice Living Learning Community at Cedar Crest College is dedicated to helping students explore their own values in the context of individual responsibility to local, regional and global communities. Consistent with the mission of the College, this Living Learning Community seeks to provide students with a liberal arts perspective that is committed to preparing students to become leaders who will strive to alleviate social oppression through advocacy for social justice. Students from all majors may apply to participate in this living learning community.
The Global Social Justice LLC program consists of two courses: LLC 200 and LLC 201, which are taken in the fall and spring semesters, respectively. In these courses, students will engage in activities that promote global awareness of human rights violations and a basic understanding or resources that exist to combat human suffering. In this program, students will also: