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The University of Texas at Dallas

Callier Center Expansion

Vision

Our vision is to create the preeminent center for treatment, training and research in communication disorders to transform lives.

Challenge

 

 

The Callier Dallas and Callier Richardson facilities have exceeded the physical capacity necessary to sustain research, train students and provide clinical care to the community. We must expand to treat the rising population of patients, train the increasing number of students, and recruit more world-class faculty, researchers  and clinicians to support this work. We must create clinical space for new treatment programs, labs for new research projects, classrooms for more students and offices for more faculty.

Opportunity

We have an amazing opportunity to build, brick-by-brick, the future of care for children and adults with speech, language and hearing disorders. Together, we can forge new ground and strengthen and sustain the foundation that has already made Callier a world-class treatment, training and research center.

The Callier Center Expansion will include construction of a 50,000-square-foot facility for treatment and training in Richardson, as well as a repurposing of the current Callier Richardson building for research. We are currently in a campaign to raise $5 million for this $20 million project.


Philanthropy

Philanthropy is key to bringing this world-class resource to North Texas.

The opportunities to participate in this exciting initiative are varied and sample naming opportunities are listed below.

The minimum gift amounts may be pledged over five years.

Callier Richardson Expansion

Conceptual design for illustration purposes only. Final design to be developed and submitted to The University of Texas System Board of Regents for approval.

Naming Opportunities

Minimum gift amounts may be pledged over five years. Additional naming opportunities, including each of the buildings' wings and floors, the entire research building, and the entire treatment and training building, are also available. All gift commitments eligible for naming opportunities require a formal gift agreement and are subject to naming policies observed by UT Dallas. For more information, please contact the Callier Center's Office of Development at 214-905-3097.
Print Naming Opportunities.

New Treatment and Clinical Training Building

Auditorium for Events, Lectures and
Community Outreach Programs
$500,000
Small Group Program Treatment Room (4 available)
$25,000
Entrance, Lobby, Reception Area
$250,000
Speech-Language Therapy Evaluation Room
(2 available)
$25,000
Classrooms for Graduate Programs
(3 available)
$100,000
Speech-Language Pathologist Office/Treatment Room (11 available, 1 reserved)
$25,000
Large Student Commons Area
$100,000
Audiology Testing Booth (3 available, 1 reserved)
$25,000
Large Clinical Conference Room
(2 available)
$100,000

Cochlear Implant Program Office

Reserved

Sensory Motor Room/Gym for children
(2 available)
$100,000
Office of the Director
$25,000
Large Group Program Room with Observation (4 available)
$100,000
Gathering/Break Room for Staff and Faculty
$10,000
Clinical Demonstration Room/Theatre and Observation Room
$100,000
Faculty Office (10 available)
$10,000
Audiology Assistive Device Room
$50,000
Audiologist Office (5 available)
$10,000
Teaching Lab for Academic Programs
(3 available)
$50,000
Hearing Aid Fitting Room (3 available)
$10,000
Break Room for Students 
$50,000
Staff and Faculty Resource/Work Room (2 available)
$10,000
Small Group Student Commons Area
$25,000
Clinical Observation Room (16 available)
$10,000
Small Group Clinical Conference Room
(4 available)
$25,000
   

Research Building

Entrance, Lobby, Reception Area
$250,000
Gathering/Break Room for Staff and Faculty
$10,000
Large Research Lab (10 available)
$75,000
Staff and Faculty Resource/Work Room
$10,000
Audiology Testing Booth (3 available)
$25,000
Faculty Office (15 available)
$10,000
Expansion of Callier Richardson

Conceptual design for illustration purposes only. Final design to be developed and submitted to
The University of Texas System Board of Regents for approval.