School of Education

Reading Clinic

Elementary and secondary students, as well as adults from the community, may receive support in learning to read and write at the clinic on Nazareth's campus.

Nazareth graduate students in the literacy programs assess individuals to determine strengths and needs, design an instructional program to overcome or compensate for those needs, and provide one-to-one instruction.

During selected terms, the faculty member and graduate students may work at one of the area's schools rather than on campus.

Graduate students who hold one or more certifications complete the requirements for their master's degree and additional certification as a literacy specialist.

Contact Us

For inquiries about the Marie Callahan Reading Clinic or to request an application: mcrc@naz.edu

The Marie Callahan Reading Clinic is located in Lourdes Hall.

Reading Clinic at Nazareth College
Maria Baldassarre Hopkins

Maria Baldassarre Hopkins

Associate Professor, Director of the Marie Callahan Reading Clinic, Director of the Graduate Literacy Program in Education, School of
585-389-5194
mhopkin8@naz.edu
Golisano Academic Center 285