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Chester Park, c. 1927

UMD purchased the Chester Park School building in 2006. The building has undergone $5.6 million in repairs and renovations. In addition to the following departments, the Minnesota Sea Grant College Program and the Northeastern Minnesota Sustainable Development Program are located in the Chester Park Facility.

Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders

Provides quality academic and clinical preparation for students entering the discipline of human communication sciences and disorders. The department focuses particular attention to the needs of the region in its research, outreach, and service programs.

Robert F. Pierce Speech-Language Hearing Clinic

Operated by the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders. The clinic is a teaching lab for undergraduate and graduate students in speech-language pathology and provides assessment and therapy service for about 300 area residents annually. The clinic is available to UMD students.

Fine Arts Academy

A non-degree granting K-12 school of the arts. The Fine Arts Academy currently enrolls over 400 students in a variety of programs including Kindermusik, private lessons on most instruments and voice, a Suzuki Talent Education Program as well as a variety of summer arts programs.

  • The only campus building in which you'll find cloak rooms which raises the question: "What's a cloak?"

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