On-Campus Clinical Education Centers

For students in the health and rehabilitation sciences, practical experience doesn’t get any more hands-on, in-depth, or on-site than this.

Sargent College clinical education centers provide a wide variety of services for the Boston University and Greater Boston communities, from physical rehabilitation to athletic training to nutritional counseling—generally at a lower cost than traditional clinics. Our centers are staffed by experienced clinicians, specialists, and practicing faculty members. Some centers, like the Center for Neurorehabilitation, also conduct research. Others are connected through staff, students, and activities to other Boston University research centers and labs.

Everyone benefits from these connections among clinical practice, research, the University, and the community. Students can explore a specific area of interest, developing their skills in a supervised, on-campus setting or participating as work-study aides. And patients get the expertise of noted specialists—plus the benefits of the latest research and evidence-based treatments. They also get rewarding personal attention from some of tomorrow’s leaders in health and rehabilitation.

Sargent College On-Campus Clinical Centers

Non-discrimination policy

Sargent College Clinical Education Centers are committed to maintaining an environment that is welcoming and respectful to all including students, faculty, staff, and clients. We are committed to upholding Boston University’s Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action policy which prohibits discrimination against any individual on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, physical or mental disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information, military service, pregnancy or pregnancy-related condition, or because of marital, parental, or veteran status in all our programs and activities. In addition, the Sargent College Clinical Centers adhere to the Code of Ethics of the American Speech, Language and Hearing Association (ASHA) which states, “Individuals shall not discriminate in the delivery of professional services or in the conduct of research and scholarly activities on the basis of age; citizenship; disability; ethnicity; gender; gender expression; gender identity; genetic information; national origin, including culture, language, dialect, and accent; race; religion; sex; sexual orientation; or veteran status.”