Communications Sciences and Disorders
Communication Sciences (CDIS) is one of the College of Arts and Sciences Residential Living Learning Programs. You will live with other students interested in the fields of speech pathology, audiology, or American Sign Language. CDIS Student Academic Mentors and community Mentors will help you become better acquainted with the department, academic demands, and clinical opportunities.
In addition, you will work with students, faculty, and staff through academic, extracurricular, professional, social and service activities that promote positive relationships and a sense of belonging on campus.
- Live with other CDIS majors in Village D (previously located on the second floor of Village C)
- Develops a sense of community with students that have a similar passion
- Provides students with leadership opportunities within the department
- Engage in activities and develop relationships within the department as a freshman
Requirements & Expectations
- Attend CDIS sponsored activities
- Maintaining or earning a 3.0 GPA
- Participating in small and large group activities
- Involvement in National Student Speech-Language Hearing Association (NSSLHA)
- $20 dues for joining NSSLHA
- Communication and networking with faculty
- Developing professional and leadership skills related to Communication Sciences