National Student Speech-Language-Hearing Association: UA Chapter
The National Student Speech-Language Hearing Association (NSSLHA) is the only student organization for pre-professionals in the field of communication disorders that is recognized by the American Speech Language Hearing Association (ASHA). There are multiple benefits of being a member of National NSSLHA including subscriptions, discounted services, access to ASHA's journals, and program opportunities (including scholarships).
Students who join National NSSLHA for the last two years of their master's or doctoral program to be eligible for $225 off the initial dues and fees of ASHA membership and certification through the NSSLHA to ASHA Conversion Discount.
UA Chapter of NSSLHA
The University of Arkansas has a highly successful chapter of NSSLHA that is a registered student organization (RSO) on campus. To learn more about the UA NSSLHA chapter, like or follow our group on all our social media accounts.
President: Lexi Goodwin
VP Continuing Ed: Janitza Toyos
VP Fundraising: Caroline Doyle
Secretary: Christa Griffith
Treasurer: Lauren Doyel
Volunteer Coordinator: Ben Wright
Senior Officer: Kathryn (Katie) Motherwell
Junior Officer: Elizabeth Schoenbrun