Centers of Distinction

Truesdail Center for Communicative Disorders

Truesdail Center for Communicative Disorders

Service has been one of the central tenets guiding our curriculum at Redlands since our founders first broke ground on campus in 1907.

As part of that commitment, we pride ourselves on the close relationship we share with the region in which we reside.

One shining example, our Truesdail Center for Communicative Disorders, is one of the five Centers of Distinction that set us apart in California and nationally as an innovative liberal arts institution.

We opened the Truesdail Center to offer our graduate students in the Department of Communicative Disorders a place to work directly with clients while also servicing our community. Under the supervision of clinically certified faculty, you will work with adults, children and infants with speech, language, hearing and swallowing needs.

 


Casavant Pipe Organ

The 83-year-old instrument was fully restored in 2003 and features 4,266 pipes.

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