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Maryjane Rees Center - Audiology Clinic

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Since 1952, speech, language, and hearing services have been provided the department of Communication Sciences and Disorders, formally known as the department of Speech Pathology and Audiology, has remained committed to providing the community with exceptional speech, language, and hearing services through our on-campus clinic, the Maryjane Rees Language, Speech and Hearing Center.

Not only have we produced top-ranked clinicians throughout the years with our highly respected clinical education, we have positively impacted the lives of thousands of people across the life span by providing compassionate and quality-based services.

Donation Based Clinical Service

The Maryjane Rees Center- Audiology Clinic provides much-needed audiologic services for the community. The Clinic serves as the on-campus training site for Doctor of Audiology (Au.D.) students and undergraduate students in Communication Sciences and Disorders, preparing them to become highly competent professionals in the field of audiology. Au.D. students and supervising audiologists provide evidence-based services to people with hearing, balance, and related disorders across the lifespan.

Our clinic relies on the generosity of community members to ensure that services remain accessible and affordable for all clients.

Hearing Services

The Audiology Clinic offers a variety of audiological and hearing aid services, including:

  • Comprehensive hearing evaluations for children
    • Age of children seen dependent upon available clinical expertise. Please call the clinic for current age range restrictions.
  • Comprehensive hearing evaluations for adults.
  • Hearing aid services (Limited. No sales at this time.)
  • Earmold impression and hearing protection services (No sales at this time.):
    • Custom sleep plugs
    • Hazardous noise protection
    • Musician’s plugs
    • Musician’s in-ear monitors
  • Employee hearing testing for occupational health

The National Hearing Aid Project

We are also a collection site for the National Hearing Aid Project. Help us collect hearing aids of any condition or age to be refurbished and provided to eligible recipients. For information, visit

Frequently Asked Questions

How could I receive services at your clinic?
You could:

  1. Call the clinic at 916-278-4697
  2. Email us at

Services are provided in the Fall (September - December), Spring (February - May), and Summer (June - August) semesters.

What are the clinic hours?
The clinic is open Monday-Friday, 8am to 5pm, but services may be provided during other times. To ensure that we are able to assist you please email us,

What do the services cost?
Our clinic is a donations-only community clinic, meaning we do not have fees for our services.

Can the clinic bill insurance?
Our clinic is a donations-only community clinic, meaning we do not have fees for our services. We do not currently bill insurance, Medi-Cal, or Medicare.

Who provides the services?
Services are provided by Au.D. students working under the supervision of clinical faculty audiologists who are licensed to practice in the state of California. In addition to providing clinical services, we also serve as the clinical education training site for Au.D. students.

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In The News

Coverage about the Audiology Clinic in the media:
"Sac State Offers Free Hearing Clinic"

Location and Contact Information

Phone: (916) 278-4697

Fax: (916) 278-5705


Mailing Address:
Maryjane Rees Language, Speech and Hearing Center-Audiology Clinic
California State University, Sacramento
6000 J Street MS 6071
Sacramento, CA 95819

Physical Location
Folsom Hall Suite 1000
7667 Folsom Boulevard,
Sacramento, CA 95826

Note: The Maryjane Rees Center-Audiology Clinic is located on the first floor of Folsom Hall in suite 1000 on the east side of the building adjacent to the entrance to the parking structure.

Parking permits are required at all Sacramento State parking lots. Scheduled clients will receive instructions regarding parking locations and permits from the Center prior to their appointment.

For additional parking information or to purchase a permit, please visit the University Transportation and Parking Services (UTAPS) website


  • Ariel Cassar, Au.D. CCC-A, AuD Program Clinical Education Coordinator
  • Nyrill Azucena, Administrative Support Coordinator I

Speech and Language Services

The Maryjane Rees Center- Speech and Language Clinic, provides much needed speech-language therapy to people of all ages.

Located on the second floor of Folsom Hall, the Speech and Language clinic serves as the training site for Master of Science in Communication Sciences and Disorder students, preparing them to become highly competent professionals in the field of speech-language pathology.

For more information, visit the Maryjane Rees- Speech and Language Clinic website.

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