MMC’s award-winning NSSLHA Chapter, (aka “Speech Club”) raised over $2000 last year by participating in the Walk 4 Hearing to help raise awareness of hearing loss, to support hearing screenings and to provide support to those affected by hearing loss. Over $1300 went directly to MMC’s Ruth Smadbeck Communication and Learning Center! Stay tuned to see how much we raised this year — go Team!
Thank you to everyone who supported our NSSLHA members at last year’s Walk4Hearing. Visit our Walk4Hearing page for more information and to make a donation today.
MMC Speech Language Pathology Resources
Marymount’s Program Evaluation Tool (EVAL) is an advising tool for students and faculty to monitor degree progress online through MMC Connect. It helps students determine how many credits remain until graduation, assists in the facilitation of advisement sessions, and allows students to track their own degree process.
- ASHA: The American Speech and Hearing Association provides information to plan for your education, provides a list of student resources, and also gives you suggestions on what to do and how to get started after graduation.
- NSSLHA, the National Student Speech Language and Hearing Association: Students in the speech-language pathology major will be required to comply with HIPAA privacy rules for the protection of health and mental health information.
- ASHA Code of Ethics
- ASHA Certificate of Clinical Competency
- New York State licensing requirements for Speech-Language Pathology & Audiology