Since the graduating class of 1999-2000, 98% of the Communication Disorders students applying to graduate school have been accepted. The vast majority attend graduate programs in Speech-Language Pathology. The students graduating this year will be attending graduate programs in Speech-Language Pathology, Audiology, Counseling, Special Education, Physician Assistant, among other programs. The students have attended a wide variety of schools nationwide, for example, Bowling Green State University, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland State University, Florida Atlantic(FL), George Washington University(D.C.), Kent State University, Miami University(OH), Molloy College(NY), Northeast Ohio Au.D. Consortium, Old Dominion University(VA), University of Akron, University of Buffalo, and Western Carolina University(NC) among many other programs. Many of the students have been awarded graduate school scholarships and assistantships.
Upon graduation from graduate school, these students have been employed as Speech-Language Pathologists in the following settings: hospitals, rehabilitation centers, school districts, and speech and hearing clinics. They work with adults and children with a broad range of communication disorders.