Since the beginning of Central Michigan University's Doctorate of Audiology Program all Au.D students have received at a minimum a partial graduate assistantship during their first year. As part of this award these students also receive in-state tuition for all four years.
For current graduate tuition rates, click here. The professional curriculum totals approximately 115 credits hours for the four year program. Please contact the Department of Communication Disorders at 989-774-7301 for more information.
|J. Dean and Betty L. Eckersley Audiology Scholarship|
for Audiology graduate students
|Established in 1996 as a renewable scholarship for a graduate status audiology student within the Department of Communication Disorders who earned a minimum GPA of 3.5 as a senior with financial need as determined by CMU. Preference is given to students from Isabella County, other counties of Michigan, and transfer students from Mid-Michigan Community College who were recipients of the J. Dean and Betty L Eckersley Scholarship. Applications are available through the CDO Audiology Division, Health Professions Building 1183.|
|Nicholas P. Redfield Memorial Scholarship|
for third-year Audiology graduate students
|Established in 1998 by colleagues in memory of Dr. Redfield for a third-year Au.D. doctoral student who demonstrates a "client-centered" approach in clinical performance. Volunteer works and efforts to better the audiology program at CMU will also be considered in selecting a candidate for this award. Applications made be made through the CDO Audiology Division, Health Professions Building 1183.|
For more information about financial aid, contact the Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid at 1-888-392-0007, visit online, or email Patty Pickler at PICKL1PM@cmich.edu.