Photo of hands signing, with cochlear implant settings screen on laptop on table behind them

Cochlear implant specialists are conveniently on campus

There are many students with cochlear implants at the National Technical Institute for the Deaf (NTID), and the numbers are growing. NTID first began serving students with cochlear implants in 1984. Currently, there are over 400 students with cochlear implants on campus.

The Communication Studies and Services Department audiologists and speech-language pathologists offer a wide range of cochlear implant services to students, faculty and staff in the college community.

The department also welcomes inquiries concerning cochlear implants from outside the college community.


Catherine C. Clark, MS, CCC-A
Catherine C. Clark, Au.D., CCC-A
Cochlear Implant Clinic Director
Audiology Faculty
Communication Studies and Services Department
LBJ-3135
(585) 475-6354 V
(585) 475-7910 FAX
email: cccnca@rit.edu