The Department of Human Services at Stephen F. Austin State University in Historic Nacogdoches

Picture of Humans Services Building and Telecommunications Center

The Department of Human Services at Stephen F. Austin State University in Historic Nacogdoches

This most recently constructed building at Stephen F. Austin State University houses the
Telecommunications Center and the Department of Human Services. The Department of
Human Services offers preparation, training, and a course of studies leading to a degree
to students who desire careers and occupations offering services for human disabilities and
rehabilitation. Special education, rehabilitation services, orientation and mobility, visual and
hearing impairment, speech pathology, sign language, and counseling are some of the areas of
instruction offered in the Department of Human Services. In addition to the Stanley Speech and
Hearing Clinic, the Cole Audiological Clinic, and the Counseling Clinic, the Human Neuroscience Laboratory
will be one of the nation's leading facilities for research into neurological factors related to disabilities. Graduates
of the Department of Human Services are prepared to assume service and leadership roles in the East Texas and global community.²


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