Watts College of Public Service and Community Solutions
Watts College of Public Service and Community Solutions is comprised of four schools, School of Community Resources & Development, School of Criminology & Criminal Justice, School of Public Affairs and the School of Social Work and more than 20 research centers, all with a shared common goal of advancing research and discovery of public value, and furthering the economic, social, cultural and overall health of the communities that we serve.
The degree programs within Watts College cover the spectrum of public service including public policy, social work, criminology and criminal justice, nonprofit leadership, public administration, homeland security, parks and recreation management and community development. Due to its unique structure - with expertise across a broad range of areas - complements a true entrepreneurial approach. This enables Watts College to be deeply embedded in the community, forging partnerships to take on projects that have local, national and international impact.
Dean's Investment Fund
This flexible funding allows college Leadership to address priority areas. Past uses have included student emergency hardship, scholarships and community service learning opportunities for students.
School of Community Resources and Development
This fund supports student scholarships and fellowships within the School of Community Resources and Development.
School of Criminology and Criminal Justice
This emergency fund supports students facing financial hardship as well as scholarship funding for CCJ students.
School of Public Affairs
This emergency fund supports students facing financial hardship as well as scholarship funding for SPA students.
School of Social Work
This fund supports student scholarships within the School of Social Work.