The Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders offers students a wide-range of research, scholarship and outreach opportunities.
Scholarships and Opportunities
- AMBUCS Scholar Program
- American Speech-Language-Hearing Foundation
- Bilingual Therapies, Inc. Scholarship
- College of Education & Human Development Scholarships
- Georgia Speech-Language-Hearing Association – Jack Bess Memorial Scholarship
- Georgia Organization of School-Based Speech Language Pathologists (GOSSLP) Graduate Scholarship
- Margaret A. Staton Scholarship
- Progressus School Therapy Career Vision Scholarships
- ProCare Therapy, Inc. Scholarships
- Sertoma Communicative Disorders Scholarship Programs
- Select Medical Rehabilitation Services Student Loan Forgiveness Program
- Vergason Scholarship Info
- Federal Work-Study Program
- Bennett A. Brown Scholarship
- JBS Scholarship
Graduate assistantships are available in departments and Colleges across campus including our department. Every assistantship differs according to the funding source; some may be for one semester only, others may be extended beyond one semester. The hours of employment, the amount of tuition paid, and any additional stipend offered varies. You can apply for assistantships any time after you have been admitted to a program. Application information is provided to new students through our welcome ambassador program.
Our department is pleased to offer graduate assistantships for master’s level students in Communication Sciences and Disorders. Recipients of research assistantships work closely with our faculty members for up to 20 hours per week, collaborating on research projects that frequently lead to presentations at professional meetings and publications.
In addition to a waiver of tuition, research assistantships provide stipends up to $2,000 for master’s students.
A. To provide resources and support for individuals and their families with communication and language disorders that will empower them to access the world around them. B. To increase awareness of communication and language disorders through events and planned student activities
C. To advocate on campus and in the community on behalf of people with communication and language disorders.
D. To develop a community where students can both share and act on their passion for communication
E. Organization activities may include meetings, awareness events, fundraising, and social events.
National Student Speech-Language-Hearing Association
Overview: The National Student Speech-Language-hearing Association was created by students at the Georgia State University Communication Disorders Program. This group is open to students in the Communication Disorders Program or any speech and hearing related programs or major.