CSUF Speech and Hearing Clinic

Clinic Overview and Training Mission


Clinic Overview and Training MissionThe California State University Fullerton (CSUF) Speech and Hearing Clinic has two primary missions. The first is to educate and train future speech-language and hearing professionals. They are provided with the knowledge, skills and clinical experience to become certified and licensed speech language pathologists and audiologists. We prepare them for the complex and changing demands of the 21st century. The other mission is to provide high quality clinical services to individuals with communication disorders and needs within our surrounding community in the following two clinics.

(1) Child Clinic provides services to children ages 0-18 years.

(2) Adult Clinic provides services to clients ages 18 years and older.


Procedures for Enrolling as a Potential Client

If you are interested in receiving speech-language therapy, instruction Procedures for Enrolling as a Potential Clientand/or diagnostic  testing in one of our clinic, the first step of the processis to call our clinic during normal business hours as listed on our website to talk with one of our clinic assistants.
You can also leave a voice-mail message or send an email message and oneof our
assistants will be back in touch with you at their earliest convenience.

Although it is our goal to accommodate as many clients as possible, given the large
demand for our services and the primary training needs of our students which can
vary fromsemester to semester, it is not always possible for us to see everyone who
calls to enroll as a potential client.  In addition, it can take up to a year or slightly longer
for clients to be selected for possible services. For that reason, when you do call, you
will be provided with a referral list to other clinics and speech-language-hearing support services that may be able to accommodate your request more immediately or serve
as back-up options.

How We Select Clients for Our Clinics

Select Clients for Our Clinics   Each clinic has different training criteria for selecting clients but in general, factors such as       the following are examples of considerations taken into account by clinic supervisors and         coordinators who select clients for each new semester:
   a) date of initial contact and length of time on our potential client list,
   b) the type of communication disorder or need and the extent to which that disorder/need             meets current student training needs,

   c) the range of needs and disorders already being served by our clinics (we are required by         our national professional association to provide students with a wide variety and
       diversity of client populations in terms of factors such as disorder, age, language
       exposure, developmental status.

   d) appropriateness of the  client given the level of student training, knowledge and skill, and

   e) clinic space availability.  If you wish to know more about the process for selecting clients,         you can contact us by phone or email and ask to speak to one of our clinic coordinators           or directors for more information and background on how client decisions are made. We           will get back to you at our earliest convenience.


Clinic Non-Discrimination Policy and Comittment to High Quality Clinical Service

Clinic Non-Discrimination Policy In accordance with the Code of Ethics of our national professional association,
ASHA (American Speech-Language-Hearing-Association), the CSUF Speech and
Hearing Clinic uses “every resource, including referral and/or interprofessional
collaboration when appropriate, to ensure that quality service is provided”  and
does “not discriminate in the delivery of professional services…on the basis of
race, ethnicity, sex, gender identity/gender expression, sexual orientation, age,
religion, national origin, disability, culture, language, or dialect.” (ASHA, 2016)

 Fees and Cost of Services

As of January 2018, our clinic changed its funding model to voluntary donations made by clients and community members. This move allows us to broaden our reach into the community, while making our clinical services accessible to all and continuing our tradition of providing exceptional clinical services. All donations directly support the training of our graduate clinicians and the services we provide to our community members.

Donations in any amount are welcome and will help us maintain our high-quality clinical services to members of the community. All donations are tax-deductible (501 (C)Tax ID#: 33-0567945) and may be dropped off at the clinic reception desk or mailed to the address below:

Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders
California State University, Fullerton
P.O. Box 6868
Fullerton, CA 92834-6868

Checks can be made payable to Cal State Fullerton Philanthropic Foundation (CSFPF). Donations can also be made online, by selecting the "Communication Disorders Speech & Hearing Clinic" in the designation fund drop down at the following link:


Address and Contact Information
Physical Address:
2600 E. Nutwood Ave.
College Park Building, Ste#150
Fullerton, CA 92831

Location and Driving Directions:
Please click on the link above to download information on our clinic's location and driving directions.

Mailing Address:
Speech and Hearing Clinic, CP 150
Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders
California State University, Fullerton
P.O. Box 6868
Fullerton, CA 92834-6868

(657) 278-3997


(657) 278-4090

Clinic Hours: 
Our clinic hours for potential new client walk-ins and call-ins during the Fall, Spring, and Summer semesters are as follows:
Monday: 11:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Tuesday: 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Wednesday: 11:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Thursday: 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Friday: Closed

Clinic Administrative Staff 
Clinic Director: Sherri Wolff, M.A., CCC-SLP, swolff@fullerton.edu, (657) 278-4924
Administrative Support Assistant: Veronica Aguilar, veaguilar@fullerton.edu, (657) 278-4928