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Student Organization: NSSLHA
Radford University Chapter of the National Student Speech-Language-Hearing Association (NSSLHA)
- Joshua Tuggle is our 2020-2021 President! Elections will be held at the end of August for Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer, and Fundraising Coordinator.
- Radford University has an official chapter of the National Student Speech-Language-Hearing Association (NSSLHA).
- The purposes of this organization are:
- To promote professional interest among university students in the study of Communication Sciences and Disorders.
- To encourage the sharing of professional information.
- To encourage members to become involved in service activities.
- To promote leadership skills in members.
- To promote a Communication Sciences and Disorders community within the various years of students.
- All Radford University students pursuing a degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders or students with an interest in speech-language pathology and audiology are eligible to become members of the local chapter.
Why join NSSLHA?
I am so glad I joined NSSLHA as a junior, as it gave me the opportunity to connect with graduate students and instructors in my major. I learned strategies to help me succeed in my first year and beyond. I also had numerous questions answered by guest panels of speech-language pathologists. My interest in speech-language pathology has strengthened since becoming involved in the fun and creative events this club has to offer! "