Why choose this school?
Why should you consider joining CSD at OHIO?
Access to resources of a major University program:
- The CSD team at OHIO consists of diverse and distinguished academic and clinical faculty.
- Access and opportunity to participate in state-of-the-art clinical, research and educational facilities.
Student-Teacher Ratio: The program provides individual attention to students when they are in need of help with assignments, graduate school preparation, or career consideration. Advisors are faculty members who guide students regularly in curriculum and career planning.
Graduate School Preparation: The undergraduate curriculum integrates a sequence of arts and sciences coursework with courses designed to provide a sound understanding of normal human communication processes and an introduction to speech-language pathology and audiology. Our undergraduate students enjoy high acceptance rates into Graduate programs across the country.
Clinical Experience: Undergraduate students gain observation and service experience in the new on-campus state-of-the-art Hearing, Speech and Language Clinic, as well as other educational and clinical sites in Athens and the surrounding region.
Student organizations: Be a part of the Ohio University chapter of the National Student Speech-Language-Hearing Association and gain enriching social, service and career development opportunities. Other active student organizations include the Undergraduate research club, the respite volunteer program and numerous community service opportunities.