To maintain social distancing guidelines, the School of Audiology Faculty and Staff are operating at full capacity but conducting much of our business remotely. The most efficient way to contact us with questions would be to email Beth Buehler, Admin Specialist, at email@example.com. She will relay your question to the appropriate member of the team.
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The School of Audiology offers an accelerated three-year professional curriculum leading to a doctor of audiology (AuD) degree.
The mission of the School of Audiology is to prepare doctors of audiology in an innovative educational environment who are clinically outstanding, committed to life-long learning, and leaders in their community and profession.
Aiming for Excellence
The primary goal of the School of Audiology is to graduate outstanding audiologists, ready to assume autonomous professional responsibilities in a variety of practice settings, including private practices, medical centers and clinics, and other diverse settings.
To achieve this goal, the faculty members in the audiology school strive to offer a curriculum that prepares students across the audiology scope of practice through a combination of rigorous, didactic courses and critical clinical experiences that work together to integrate comprehensive knowledge and skills. The curriculum is further enhanced with a rich framework of collegial interprofessional collaboration, evidence driven practice, highly professional and ethical behavior, and a team-based learning environment that supports critical thinking and professional communication.
As a school, we are committed to fostering among our students a spirit of life-long professional learning, a commitment to service, and a desire to contribute to the advancement of the profession.
The School of Audiology faculty and staff regularly update the strategic plan to guide the school's growth. View the Executive Summary of the Strategic Plan. For more information, please contact the Director, Dr. Wendy D. Hanks at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Equitable Treatment for All
The School of Audiology, along with the entire Pacific University community, is committed to providing equitable treatment for all — students, faculty, staff, patients, colleagues, community members, visitors, and all other constituents and guests.
Pacific University Oregon School of Audiology values its relationships with alumni, current students and professional affiliates to the highest regard, and we strive to maintain those relationships through their professional careers and beyond.
We are so very proud of the leadership of our alumni and the exemplary healthcare professionals they have become within the ever-advancing field of audiology. We recognize that the professional contributions and financial support they provide to the community, our school and the profession are essential to the continued strength and excellence of the School of Audiology at Pacific University.
We are always excited to learn of new accomplishments, awards and honors or even new family additions from our alumni and we would love to hear about them. Please share with us any news you may have and we will be sure to share that with other alumni and friends.
Support the School of Audiology
A tax-deductible gift is an investment in the future of your profession. It is an opportunity for the Pacific alumni family to make a substantial difference in the life of a student and the many patients’ lives they will enhance through their care.
School of Audiology Legacy Scholarship Fund
This gift will help establish an endowed scholarship and will be awarded to deserving candidates in the future. Make a Gift
School of Audiology Hearing Health Fund
This gift will help ensure that more underserved people receive the much needed hearing healthcare they deserve within our community. Make a Gift