Student Resources

Audiology Student Resources

Students in the Audiology program may be able to take advantage of clinical placements within the Graduate Center Audiology Suite, at the Speech and Hearing Centers at Brooklyn College and Hunter College, or at one of our affiliated clinical sites.

Field placement opportunities may include:

  • Hearing Aid Dispensaries
  • Hospitals/Medical Centers
  • Outpatient Clinics
  • Private Practice Settings
  • Rehabilitation Centers
  • Schools
  • Skilled Nursing Facilities
  • Speech and Hearing Centers
  • Specialty Hospitals
  • Veterans Administration Facilities

Access the dropbox with your GC credentials: Audiology Student Dropbox

The Student Academy of Audiology (SAA) is the national student organization of the American Academy of Audiology (AAA) that serves as a collective voice for students and advances the rights, interests, and welfare of students pursuing careers in audiology. The SAA introduces students to lifelong involvement in activities that promote and progress the profession of audiology, and provides services, information, education, representation and advocacy for the profession and the public we serve. Please follow this link to our official webpage:

American Academy of Audiology:

ASHA Student Section:


Audiology Online ( offers a library of online learning courses. Audiology Online will provide AuD students with unlimited access to their online library including recorded courses and text-based articles. The code for our program is AO8833.

Other Resources


Students have access to The Mina Rees Library at The Graduate Center as well as library facilities at each senior college, which maintain a wide selection of hard copy and electronic versions of science books and journals accessible to CUNY faculty and students. The Library offers workshops throughout the academic year to assist students with reference and citation management software and literature search tools.

GC Librarians also curate comprehensive research libguides for a variety of topics associated with doctoral and master's programs.

View the Audiology Research Guide »

Teaching and Learning Center

The Teaching and Learning Center is dedicated to working with graduate student instructors to develop teaching skills. The TLC prepares new college teachers for their entry into the classroom, guides developing teachers as they refine their practices, and helps experienced teachers think through how to best apply what they’ve learned in the next stages of their careers, whether those careers be inside or outside the classroom.

Writing Support

The Writing Center assists current and past graduate students in the cultivation of these writerly skills and habits through individual consultations, workshops, and other programming. 

The Office of Career Planning and Professional Development also offers writing workshops and support throughout the calendar year.

The Office of Educational Opportunity and Diversity Programs (OEODP) sponsors academic support programs designed to promote the success of minority doctoral students in their fields of study and to prepare promising undergraduates for graduate study. OEODP offers pre-application information for potential applicants; assists doctoral applicants with the application process; provides fellowship information to applicants and enrolled students; and participates in, as well as sponsors, events that enhance an enrolled student's academic experience.

Accessibility and Disability Services

Student Disability Services provides adaptive equipment and computer software for the use of students with visual and hearing impairments. The Graduate Center provides readers, sign-language interpreters, note takers, scribes, and other auxiliary services as needed. Inquiries from applicants and prospective applicants are encouraged and will be kept confidential upon request.

Child Care

The Child Development and Learning Center is open to pre-school children ( between two-and-a-half and six years old) of students enrolled in The Graduate Center.

Mental and Physical Wellness

Students can obtain mental health support and physical health advice via Student Counseling Services and Student Health Services in the Wellness Center

Professional Development

The Office of Career Planning and Professional Development provides services in these areas to students and alumni.

For information about GC Housing click here for more information.

The Office of Residence Life provides off campus housing information and consulting services for students.

The Office of Residence Life Contact Information
Room: 7118; Phone: 1-212-817-7480; Fax: 1-212-817-1625;

Click here to download "The Apartment Finder's Guide" provided by the Office of Resident Life, which includes useful information about how to find an appropriate housing in New York.

The information provided here is by a current student in Developmental Psychology.

Students with a GC network account receive free and unlimited printing on-campus. Printing can be initiated from library computers or from any web-enabled device. A color printer is available in the Mac Media Lab on the Library Concourse (basement) level.

General Student Resources

Information and Downloads

These resources may be useful in planning and conducting your studies at the Graduate Center.

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