Financial Aid and Scholarships

The university and the Department of Communicative Sciences and Disorders offers the following mechanisms of financial aid and scholarships to current students:

University Opportunities

Department Opportunities

Stephanie Kalman Foundation Scholarships
 - Scholarships are available for study in communicative disorders, with special consideration for those with financial need. If available, the application generally is posted in December.

AY 2013-2014 Stephanie Kalman Scholarship Recipients

  • Susana Alvarado
  • Allison Dusine
  • Cindy Esquivias
  • Tammy Moon
  • Danais Torres-Acosta

Betty Lindeman and Robert N. Rosenthal Memorial Fund - Scholarships in amounts ranging between $250 and $500 for graduate students having completed at least one year of the speech-language pathology graduate program. 


Download Rosenthal Scholarship Application

Recent Betty Lindeman and Robert N. Rosenthal Memorial Fund Scholarship Recipients

  • Jeffrey Edwards
  • Carolyn Soroka

Project R2M2: Funded by The California Wellness Foundation - This training grant, funded to faculty members Dr. Nidhi Mahendra and Dr. Shubha Kashinath, offers $500-$1,000 stipends as well as mentoring and training in leadership development, clinical research, and cultural competency. Applications are usually invited in the summer. Please contact Dr. Mahendra at nidhi.mahendra@csueastbay.edu or Dr. Kashinath at shubha.kashinath@csueastbay.edu

Outside Opportunities

California Speech Language Hearing Association

Council on Academic Programs in Communication Sciences and Disorders (CAPCSD)

American Speech Language Hearing Foundation (ASHA Foundation)

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