Current Students in CSD:

Information, Handbooks and Forms

 

Undergraduate Students                                     Clinical Entry-Level Programs:    MA-SLP Students

PhD Students                                                                                                           AuD Students         

Financial Aid                                                                        

                                                           

For information on:

Scholarship, Graduate Student Assistantship and Financial Aid Information

Department Scholarships:

NOTE: Most department scholarship applications are due during the fall semester. Please contact the department for up-to-date information regarding scholarship application due dates.

  • Clara B. Stoddard Endowed Scholarship
    • The Stoddard Scholarship provides tuition assistance for students interested in working with children’s communication problems within a public school setting.
  • Joan Cortright Memorial Endowed Scholarship
    • The Joan Cortright Memorial Endowed Scholarship fund was established by family members to honor her memory. Ms. Cortright was a faculty member in the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders at Wayne State University from 1999 until her sudden passing in December of 2008. This $1,000 scholarship will be awarded to one student.

    • Eligibility requirements for this award are as follows:

    1. second-year SLP graduate students of Communication Sciences and Disorders at Wayne State University

    2. must demonstrate a strong interest in working in the public schools

    3. must maintain a 3.3 GPA

    4. must demonstrate financial need. 

  • Sbaschnig Scholarship
    • The Sbaschnig scholarship recognizes undergraduate or graduate students who are interested in a speech-language pathology career.

    • Eligibility requirements for this award are as follows: 

    1. a full-time or part-time undergraduate (declared major) or graduate student of speech-language pathology

    2. the student must demonstrate a GPA of at least 3.0. 

  • Theodore Mandell Scholarship
    • The Theodore Mandell Alumni Memorial Fund recognizes students who are interested in public school speech-language pathology or audiology. An award will be given to 2 students, each in the amount of $500.

    • Eligibility requirements for this award are as follows: 

    1. an undergraduate (declared major) or graduate student of Communication Sciences and Disorders

    2. the student must complete their degree within a specified time period

    3. the student must express an interest in working in the public schools. 

  • Trabman Scholarship

    • The Trabman scholarship recognizes undergraduate students who are interested in a speech-language pathology or audiology career. An award will be given to four students, each in the amount of $2,000.

    • Eligibility requirements for this award are as follows:

    1. a full-time or part-time undergraduate (declared major) student of Communication Sciences and Disorders

    2. the student must complete their degree within a specified time period

    3. the student must demonstrate a GPA of at least 2.5

    4. the student must demonstrate financial need

Undergraduate Programs

Clinical Entry Level Programs

Visa Information

Student Support Services at Wayne State

College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

Student Appeals

Student Code of Conduct

Complaints Related to Standards for Accreditation (MA & AuD Programs)

The Master's Degree program in Speech-Language Pathology (M.A.-SLP) and the Professional Doctorate program in Audiology (Au.D.) are accredited by the Council on Academic Accreditation of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, 2200 Research Blvd, Rockville, MD 20850, Telephone: 800-498-2071.

A complaint related to accreditation standards for these accredited programs may be submitted to the Council on Academic Accreditation (CAA) by any student, instructional staff member, speech-language pathologist, audiologist, and/or member of the public. 

For complete information on how to submit a standards-related complaint to the CAA, see Section VIII of the CAA Accreditation Manual.

 

Non-Discrimination Policy

Wayne State University (WSU) is committed to a policy of non-discrimination and equal opportunity in all of its operations, employment status, educational programs and related activities.  As part of WSU, the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders adheres to this same policy for faculty and students as well as for clients of the department's clinics. Students, faculty, staff and persons served in the department's clinics are treated in a nondiscriminatory manner—that is, without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national or ethnic origin, disability, age, sexual orientation, genetic information, citizenship or status as a covered veteran.

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