Community Resources

We have many campus clinics that are available for members of our Williamson County community to participate in. Click on the photos to learn more about each clinic, and to make an appointment.

The Texas State Physical Therapy Clinic is a teaching facility where doctoral (DPT) students treat patients of all ages under the supervision of experienced faculty members, licensed in the state of Texas. The clinic offers state of the art equipment and evidence-supported intervention in the areas of concussion, fall prevention and balance, health and wellness, neurological conditions, pediatrics, orthopedics/sports medicine, stroke, traumatic brain injury, wound care and electrophysiologic diagnostics.

To schedule an appointment, please call 512.716.2639.

With a mission to serve educational, research, and diagnostic needs, the Ascension Seton Williamson Sleep Center at Texas State University located on the Texas State University Round Rock campus serves community residents in the surrounding Williamson County area, students, staff, administration, and faculty. Fully accredited by The Joint Commission and Medicare/Medicaid, the Ascension Seton Williamson Sleep Center at Texas State University accepts insurance/third-party coverage and is equipped with state-of-the-art equipment and furnishings on the Round Rock campus in the stunning new Willow Hall. This four-bedroom--each with full bath and roll-in showers--offers comprehensive sleep diagnostics and therapeutics to patients 15 years old and older.

To contact the registration and scheduling team, please call 512.324.1199.

The Texas State Speech-Language Clinic is dedicated to providing comprehensive, state of the art evaluation and intervention services to a wide range of clients with diverse cultural backgrounds and diagnoses. We believe that a client's progress is significantly enhanced when communication strategies are incorporated into a meaningful, natural environment. Located on the campus of Texas State University, the speech-language and hearing clinic is the clinical training facility for the Department of Communication Disorders. 

Contact the Speech-Language-Hearing Clinic at 512-716-2600 or e-mail at to schedule an appointment.

Our Audiology Clinic contains state-of-the art equipment for use in assessment of hearing sensitivity, middle ear pathology, speech recognition, central auditory processing, and hearing aid benefit/function.  Aural rehabilitation services including evaluation of communication function, speech reading and auditory skill development. Clinical professionals have 20+ years of experience and are able to provide services to not just the person with a hearing problem, but to his/her entire family.  Audiology services include:

  • Hearing screenings
  • Complete Hearing Testing for all ages
  • Central Auditory Processing Testing and Treatment
  • Hearing Aid Selection
  • Hearing Aid Sales, Orientation, and Repairs
  • Custom Hearing Protection Fitting
  • Swim molds fitting
  • Customized Musicians' Earplugs
  • Cochlear Implant Mapping and Related Services

Contact the Speech-Language-Hearing Clinic at 512-716-2600 or e-mail at to schedule an appointment.

Counseling Services at the RRC includes the Community Counseling and Wellness Center (CCWC) and Career Exploration Services (CES).

CCWC is a fully equipped teaching clinic providing supervised clinical experience for advanced master’s degree-seeking counseling students and vital, affordable mental health services to the community. A state-of-the-art facility with a distinguished, dedicated faculty creates an unexcelled learning and professional environment. The clinic is open to individual adults, adolescents, children, couples, and families; both traditional and non-traditional.

CES offers resume assistance, online career assessments, career workshops, and career counseling for students and persons from the surrounding communities.

For more information, contact Dr. Tracy Chiles or the clinic at (512) 716-4250.