The Audiology Clinic educates and trains Doctorate of Audiology students to provide clinical diagnostic, consultative, and treatment services for individuals with communicative impairments. This mission is accomplished through teaching, research and community service.
To be recognized as one of the leading facilities in the community that provides services to individuals with communicative impairments, and to improve the quality of their lives throughout their life-span.
The audiology program has consistently been highly ranked by the U.S. News and World Report as one of the outstanding programs in the nation. The Audiology Clinic is located within the Department of Speech and Hearing Science. A full range of diagnostic and rehabilitative services are provided by graduate Doctor of Audiology students under the supervision of an American Speech-Language-Hearing Association Certified Audiologist (CCC-A).
Any person who is concerned about having a hearing problem can make an appointment in the Audiology Clinic. No referral is necessary.
The Audiology Clinic is open Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m.–5:00 p.m. year round.
Fees are charged for all services and products dispensed. A sliding scale is available for therapy services for individuals that meet financial eligibility requirements