Tuition ranges; check workshop descriptions. Tuition fee includes instruction, materials, continental breakfast, and an afternoon snack. Instructional materials are not provided separate from the event and are not available for purchase. Lunch is not included in the tuition price. Registrants will be provided with a list of restaurants near the workshop location.

Discounts

Only one form of the following discounts may be used per person, and all arrangements must be made at the time of the original registration. No credits or refunds will be applied for discounts not taken at the time of the original registration.

Groups: A discount of 20% is available for group registrations of five or more registrations received and paid for at the same time. Due to processing constraints, group registrations must be submitted together and cannot be changed or refunded.

SSA Alumni: A discount of 20% may be taken on the total tuition due. Please note your year of graduation on your registration form.

SSA Field Work Instructors: Current field instructors are eligible for a 50% discount (up to $70.00) for one Professional Development Program offering per year.

SSA Students: Current students at the School of Social Service Administration may take 50% off (up to $175) of the total tuition due. Please note your graduation year on the registration form.

University Employees: Full-time, benefits-eligible employees of the University of Chicago and University of Chicago Medical Center should contact the Profesional Development Program directly to discuss tuition discount options.

Workshop Series: Special discounts for a series of related workshops, as noted in the description, must be completed by the start of the initial workshop.

Silvia Acosta

Silvia L. Acosta, AM '14

“I chose SSA because of its reputation as one of the top programs in the nation. I was attracted to the idea of being intellectually challenged by renowned faculty and classmates in discussionbased lectures. Additionally, I saw that the comprehensive curriculum offered a balanced approach, encompassing both macro and micro training in social work.”