Information and Resources for Current CSD Students
As part of the UMD College of Education and Human Services Professions, CSD Students have access to a number of resources.
The University of Minnesota Duluth offers a variety of Resources for supporting student success.
- Kathryn A. Martin Library (KAML)
- KAML Services for Undergraduate Students
- KAML Services for Graduate Students
- UMD Academic Writing and Learning Center
- UMD Disability Resources
- UMD Counseling Services
UMD Communication Sciences and Disorders Club
The Communication Sciences and Disorders Club is a NSSLHA certified club that provides students with interests in the fields of Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology experiences in volunteering, fundraising, and grad school planning to further their knowledge and passion of the practices.
Process for Requesting Letters of Recommendation
Students may request letters for recommendation from faculty for a variety of reasons, to include scholarship applications, graduate school applications, and job applications. If you are interested in requesting a recommendation from a faculty member, please review the information at the following link and talk with us. We are happy to help you!
The CSD Department offers undergraduate and graduate courses.
Undergraduate students work closely with their academic advisor to outline a degree plan that includes the CSD Course Sequence.
The Clinical Education Handbook outlines clinical education opportunities and expectations in the undergraduate and graduate programs though the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders.
The CSD Graduate Program Handbook provides information essential for completing the graduate program. Access is restricted to faculty, staff, and students in the program.
Concerns? You have a voice.
If graduate students have concerns, there are formal processes for reporting concerns available to you.