College of Communication
Communication Sciences & Disorders

Communication Sciences & Disorders Mission

Communication is a fundamental human right and plays a central role in the dignity and value of human life. Therefore, the Communication Sciences & Disorders (CSD) Program is dedicated to educating students so that they may assist those who experience communication disorders.

In support of this mission, the CSD Program is committed to:

  1. Holding student welfare paramount and offering personal attention and concern for each student.
  2. Providing comprehensive quality coursework pertinent to the discipline of communication sciences and disorders and integrated with the liberal arts.
  3. Providing quality clinical, practicum, and research opportunities to undergraduate majors in the program
  4. Counseling students concerning requirements and opportunities within the discipline as well as additional coursework that will support students in their educational experience and intellectual development.
  5. Providing students with support for continued professional direction and development.


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Communication Sciences & Disorders

Jordan Hall, Room 274
4600 Sunset Ave.
Indianapolis, Indiana 46208
(317) 940-5962
Chair: Dr. Mary Gospel
Assistant: Maggie McGlynn