Welcome to World-Class Research, Education, and Care
Helping people communicate through education, research, treatment, and outreach
The UW-Madison Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders works to understand, prevent, identify, and treat speech, language, voice, and hearing disorders that affect communication.
We provide this in the following way:
- Outstanding education. Our nationally and internationally recognized faculty educate incoming students to become clinicians, scientists, and teachers of the future. Our top-ranked programs in speech-language pathology and audiology offer a variety of didactic and hands-on educational opportunities, so graduates are fully prepared for the rigors of the profession.
- Comprehensive, affordable clinical care. Our faculty and staff run the UW Speech and Hearing Clinic, which offers evaluation and treatment of communication disorders. The clinic serves Wisconsin residents across the lifespan, and offers low-cost services and partial scholarships for individuals and families in need.
- Real-world research. Our faculty perform cutting-edge research that has clear health relevance. Faculty have been issued patents, created spin-off companies, and developed technology that benefits people in Wisconsin and the nation.
- Impressive outreach. Our faculty frequently provide outreach services and consulting, often at no cost, to families, school systems, and other organizations in need.
Prospective Student Information Session / Facility Tour
- November 20 - November 20
- 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Written by Maureen Garity on May 01, 2015
The application period for the Post-Bac Certification has been extended to June 15, 2015. For those of you who are interested in applying, please get your applications in by that time. If you have any questions, please refer to the Post-Bac section of our website.
Written by Mary Ellen Gabriel on April 20, 2015
Written by Michelle Ciucci, Gary Weismer on February 26, 2015
Check out this exciting new class offering, available online, and brought to you by both Dr. Michelle Ciucci & Dr. Gary Weismer!
Written on September 18, 2014