Student Organizations

The department supports student organizations for each of our programs.

Information about student groups is distributed in department orientation activities and in classes; information is also posted on department bulletin boards located in the first floor hallways of Van Bokkelen Hall. Students are encouraged to join these groups and get connected with faculty and other students in the major. The department sponsors the following students organizations.

ASL Club: This organization is for students in the Deaf Studies major, or other students who are interested in American Sign Language. The club sponsors Deaf Dinners, Deaf Outings, and service activities for the deaf community. Faculty Advisor: Dr.Cooper.

National Student Speech Language Hearing Association (NSSLHA): This organization is for undergraduate majors in speech-language pathology and audiology. It is affiliated with the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, the national professional group for audiologists and speech-language pathologists. NSSLHA sponsors events for student members and participates in service activities such as the Heart Walk, and National Memory Walk. Faculty Advisor: Ms. Day.

Graduate NSSLHA: This is a NSSLHA group for graduate speech-language pathology majors. The group meets separately from the undergraduate organization to focus on the needs of graduate majors. The two groups combine together for service activities and student mentoring. Faculty Sponsor: Dr. Pellowski

National Student Speech Language Hearing Association


Student Academy of Audiology (SAA): SAA is affiliated with the American Academy of Audiology. This group is primarily for doctoral students in the audiology graduate program; however, undergraduate students interested in the profession of audiology are also encouraged to attend the meetings and events. Students attend professional conferences and training events, as well as participate in service learning activities. Faculty Sponsor: Dr. Ashby

Student Academy of Audiology