NSSLHA 2018

The National Student Speech Language Hearing Association (NSSLHA) is a pre-professional membership association for students in Communication Sciences and Disorders. National membership is available to undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral students enrolled full or part-time in a CSD program or related major on both campuses. 

Stillwater Campus

Our NSSLHA organization on the Stillwater campus of Oklahoma State is doing big things! Our eight officers elected this year are working hard to plan and put on events and meetings that will benefit and better educate undergraduate and graduate students within our Communication Sciences and Disorders program. We have monthly meetings to discuss important topics within our major and equip our students with the tools they need to succeed in the future! NSSLHA also allows volunteer opportunities for students. We participate in Homecoming activities such as Harvest Carnival as well as, sell caramel apples at Walk-Around to raise money for scholarships to support students within our major! To raise awareness for disorders within Communication Sciences and Disorders, we put on a walk on campus to support and raise funds for Childhood Apraxia of Speech. We would love for you to join us for meetings during the spring! Go Pokes!

NSSLHA Officers (2019-2020)

  • Rylee Evans
  • Riley Herman
  • Jade Durkee
  • Abbie Kurszewski
  • Gracie Harris
  • Christina Clovis
  • Erin Riley
  • Cayman Patterson

Tulsa Campus

The OSU-Tulsa NSSLHA group is creating great opportunities for its members and the community on the Tulsa Campus! The group’s focus is particularly on educating undergrad and graduate students about communication disorders through a variety of guest speakers and support of various philanthropic projects.  Each spring, the OSU-Tulsa NSSLHA hosts the Walk for Aphasia. Money raised goes towards funding Cowboy Aphasia Camp. This camp is a week-long intensive therapy camp for people with Aphasia. The camp is held the first week of the summer at the OSU-Tulsa campus. Great things are happing with OSU-Tulsa NSSLHA!