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What is SERTOMA?

What is SERTOMA?

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“SERTOMA exists for the high and noble purpose of service to mankind by communication of thoughts, ideas, and concepts to accelerate human progress in health, education, freedom, and democracy.”

Texas State University SERTOMA

SERTOMA – SERvice TO Mankind – is a community service organization that puts its focus on helping the healthcare community.  Along with community service projects, we also raise funds to donate to local organizations and provide services to individuals in need.   Our organization is sponsored by the Local San Marcos SERTOMA and chartered by SERTOMA International.


The Local SERTOMA organization provides support and guidance by maintaining close contact with our collegiate organization. They invite us to participate in events such as their Pancake Breakfast in March.

SERTOMA International

SERTOMA International is the “parent organization,” which provides local and collegiate organizations with bylaws. SERTOMA International's primary service project is assisting the more than 50 million people with speech, hearing and language disorders. It also sponsors community projects to promote freedom and democracy, and to assist a variety of local community needs.

Benefits of Membership

  • opportunities to help others and become involved in your community
  • scholarship opportunities
  • leadership opportunities
  • recognition by professors and faculty
  • involvement is valuable on resume and graduate school applications
  • the opportunity to make friends with similar goals and interests

A Message from the Officers

We look forward to having a fun and successful year and making your experience with SERTOMA worthwhile. We want to ensure your satisfaction as a member in SERTOMA; therefore we encourage your involvement and ideas. Please contact us, if you have questions, concerns, or event ideas any time during the academic year. Thank you for your interest in SERTOMA and we hope to see at our next event.

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The Master of Science in Communication Disorders (MSCD) and the Master of Arts (MA) in Communication Disorders education programs in speech-language pathology at Texas State University are accredited by the Council on Academic Accreditation in Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology (CAA) of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, 2200 Research Boulevard, #310, Rockville, MD 20850, 800-498-2071 or 301-296-5700