The Clinical Education Center (CEC) on the Health Science Campus offers graduate students in the MS in Speech-Language Pathology program the opportunity to work directly with faculty supervisors as they earn clinical clock hours on campus.

The Director of Clinical Education, Michelle Ross, works closely with faculty clinical supervisors and students as they perform assessments and provide speech language therapy to persons of all ages with speech, language, cognitive, hearing and other communication disorders.

Students earn hours as they serve persons with speech and language delays and disorders, autism, hearing impairment, aphasia, traumatic brain injury, stuttering and apraxia.

Services are by appointment only.

For more information or to seek services through the CEC, please call (951) 552-8269 or email Michelle Ross at

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