Can you hear me now?


The College of Education’s Speech and Hearing Clinic celebrated its 60th anniversary this year by offering free speech, language and hearing screenings as well as an open house and tour of its facilities.

The clinic has been providing adults and children with services for the prevention, assessment and treatment of speech, language, swallowing and hearing disorders since 1953. It has provided an estimated 100,000 free speech and hearing screenings in area schools and its on-campus facilities.

Services are provided by student clinicians, who are earning master’s degrees in speech-language pathology, under the supervision of licensed, certified audiologists and speech-language pathologists.

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