NSSLHA at Baylor
The National Student Speech, Language, and Hearing Association (NSSLHA) is a preprofessional organization for students pursuing careers in speech language pathology, audiology, or deaf education.
The NSSLHA chapter at Baylor University represents an inclusive and diverse network of students with similar interests. Members have the opportunity to hear from professionals working in the field and to participate in a variety of social, service and advocacy events.
Baylor NSSLHA general meetings are held once per month. They are open to any Baylor student interested in Communication Sciences and Disorders (CSD).
2022-2023 Meeting Schedule
|September 1, 2022
|October 13, 2022
|November 10, 2022
|February 2, 2023
|March 2, 2023
|April 6, 2023
NSSLHA members are encouraged to attend as many meetings as possible. See full membership details below.
While general Baylor NSSLHA meetings and events are open to all Baylor students, specific requirements must be completed to become an active member of NSSLHA. Active members who meet all requirements are able to include NSSLHA membership on their resumes and receive recognition and cords for graduation.
In order to become a Baylor NSSLHA member, a student must complete the membership link provided at the general meetings and in the newsletters. Members are encouraged to attend as many NSSLHA meetings and events as possible. Active member requirements include:
Attending 2 of the 3 meetings per semester
Attending 1 social event per semester
Attending 2 service events per semester
Attending 1 advocacy event per semester
Participating in the Fall Carnival
Attending the Fall Conference
Paying local dues (Freshmen-Juniors only)
Paying national dues (Seniors only)
Hope Caviness, President
Amanda Werner, Vice-President
Hannah Weber, Secretary
Clarissa Miller, Treasurer
Eleanor Pacanowski, Social Chair
Tate Bauman, Service Co-Chair
Hannah Fisher, Service Co-Chair
Claire Carlson, Public Relations Chair/ Historian