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:
Stephanie Kalman Foundation Scholarships - Scholarships are available for study in communicative disorders, with special consideration for those with financial need. If available, the application is usually 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.
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. If available, the application is usually posted in the late summer.
California Speech Language Hearing Association
Council on Academic Programs in Communication Sciences and Disorders (CAPCSD)
American Speech Language Hearing Foundation (ASHA Foundation)