The OSU Speech-Language-Hearing Clinic has the dual mission of providing comprehensive speech, language and hearing services to the community, and training graduate students in communication sciences and disorders.
We are dedicated to providing the highest standard of care in speech-language pathology and audiology regardless of the patient’s ability to pay. Our nationally certified and state licensed clinical faculty supervise graduate student clinicians as they provide a wide-range of diagnostic and therapy services.
In line with Title VI and VII of the Civil Right Act of 1964, Executive Order 11246 as amended, and Title IX of the Eduction Amendement Act, the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, and other federal and state laws and regulations, students and faculty, staff and persons served in the program's clinic are treated in a nondiscriminatory manner-that is, without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, participation restriction, sexual orientation, or status as a parent.
Any person (student, faculty, staff, or client) who believes that discriminatory practices have been engaged may discuss these concerns and file informal or formal complains of possible violations of Title IX.
Faculty, staff, and clients may report incidents to:
Title IX Coordinator
Students may report incidents to:
Student Conduct Office
328 Student Union
Alternatively, individuals may report incidents to:
Graduate Program Director, Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders
042 Social Sciences & Humanities
Anyone can report anonymously using the Ethics Point
For more information on our speech-language clinics, please click here