Students

The Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders provides many resources for students in our program.

Undergraduate Admissions

See the criteria for admission to the Bachelor of Science in Communication Sciences and Disorders program, including minimum admission requirements and prerequisite courses, as well as information about the ASHA science requirements.

Graduate Admissions

Learn about the admission process for the Master of Science Program in Speech-Language Pathology, campus visits, assistantships, scholarships, practicums and internships.

Scholarships

Through the establishment of scholarships and endowments, donors support the efforts of students in the Beaver College of Health Sciences.

Advisement

The academic advisor works one-on-one with students to plan a course of study, answer questions, provide academic and career advice, interpret university and departmental policies and procedures, and successfully navigate other common stumbling blocks.

Research

See CSD faculty members' and clinical educators' areas of expertise.

Get Involved on Campus

Learn about clubs with CSD faculty advisors and other CSD relevant clubs and organizations.

Procedure for Addressing Concerns

This document outlines the steps of the procedure used for addressing concerns in the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders.

Student Handbooks and Forms

Essential Functions

Undergraduate Student Handbook

Graduate Student Handbook