AAC Club

 Augmentative and Alternative Communication


OUR MISSION: To serve as an avenue for students to learn about aided augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) and to serve as a general information resource on AAC for the university and local community.

The AAC Club was founded in the spring of 2021 by a group of Communication Sciences and Disorders majors who were passionate about learning how to serve individuals who relied on AAC for effective communication. The founding board, recognizing the continuing evolution, complexity, and importance of AAC was dissatisfied by the lack of exposure undergraduate students had to the field. Inspired by a desire to learn more, educate others, and support other AAC-related organizations the students founded the AAC Club with the help of Dr. Lisa Erwin-Davidson.


How to Get Involved
Thank you for your interest in the AAC Club! Contact aac.csufmembership@gmail.com for more information about how to get involved.