Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders
 

Alumni and Friends

Group of four female alumni

Group of alumni standing outside

Continue the connection

Our alumni are a large part of continuing our program, adding value and experience to the knowledge we share with students. We want to hear about your personal and professional accomplishments because your success is our success. Also, alumni are a great resource for practicum and internship experiences, helping the next generation of our students.

Contact the department of communication sciences and disorders with updates about your personal and professional achievements so that we can celebrate with you. If you are already a member of the Alumni Association, make sure to update us when you move with the address update form.

Once a Bear, always a Bear

Stay in touch with your alma mater and other graduates of the CSD program through the Missouri State Alumni Association. Your involvement includes a number of benefits, like:

  • Access to Missouri State’s online community, MarooNation
  • Networking
  • Receiving the most up-to-date information about what’s happening on campus and in your academic field
  • Celebrating all things maroon and white with special event invitations and reunions
  • Giving back to the University community in a way that fits you – shaping the future of Missouri State
  • Sharing your story and defining your legacy

Attend alumni events

Alumni events are held in cities throughout the United States. These events are great opportunities for you to network, establish new relationships and reconnect with old friends in your area. See the upcoming alumni events to find an event in an area near you.

Giving back to the program

Alumni donors can demonstrate their desire to continue improving the quality of education of the communication sciences and disorders program at Missouri State by giving a private contribution. Your gift – no matter its size – supports programs, funds scholarships, improves facilities and provides for faculty development and research.

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