​​The clinical services offered by the College of Health Professions Department of Communication Disorders at Central Michigan University assist people with speech, language, and hearing impairments throughout the central Michigan area. Located in the city of Mt. Pleasant on the Central Michigan University campus, the clinics were first opened in the early 1940s, and serve over 5000 persons per year. The clinics are located in the Health Professions Building, a modern facility equipped with sophisticated diagnostic and treatment equipment. The clinics also provide services on a contractual basis to public and private agencies. The clinics are staffed and supervised by nationally certified speech-language pathologists and audiologists.

Speech-Language and Audiology Clinics
CMU's Speech & Hearing Clinics serve more than 100 outpatients weekly. These on-campus clinics provide opportunities to acquire valuable clinical experience. More...

Summer Specialty Clinics at CMU
For more than half a century, the CMU Department of Communication Disorders has conducted its Summer Specialty Clinics for children with communicative impairments between the ages of 3 and 14 years. More...​

Augmentative and Assistive Communication (AAC) Center
The AAC provides resources, evaluation, equipment access and programming, and therapeutic instruction for individuals who are unable to learn functional communication through traditional speech-language therapy. More...