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Why SLP at SU?

In addition to a strong broad-based curriculum, our CAA-ASHA accredited program includes a carefully supervised clinical experience and close relationships with faculty, many of whom are accomplished researchers and practitioners. Your professors will mentor you closely as you learn the ins and outs of the field—from assessment and treatment to record keeping and required reporting—first in the classroom and then in the clinical environment. We have a state-of-the-art, on-site clinic where you can fulfill a portion of your practicum requirements.

We offer evaluations and therapy to individuals with speech, language, feeding and hearing disorders in fully-equipped and accessible facilities.  Understanding that parents, caregivers, and family members are important advocates and vital partners in the care of each patient, we take an active role in including them as part of our treatment plans.  Patient care is administered by graduate students in the Speech-Language Pathology program, under direct supervision of ASHA-certified and licensed faculty and supervisors. Our Program Director, Professor Dr. Regina Enwefa and Clinic Director, Ms. Cynthia Brewster oversee all patient services.

 

Appointments

Contact us to make an appointment to learn more about our policies and services:

Phone:  225-771-2564
Email:  trena.robertson@sus.edu

 

Location and Hours

Blanks Hall
500 Jesse Stone Drive
Baton Rouge, LA 70813
Hours of Operation: Monday - Thursday 9:00am-6:00pm