New England’s premier program for impactful research and education in speech, language, and hearing sciences as well as clinical practice in audiology and speech-language pathology.

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Undergraduate Program

Our undergraduate major readies students for a wide range of careers and graduate study.
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Housed within a nationally-ranked R1 university, our department is the home for cutting-edge research in our fields.
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Our graduate programs emphasize hands-on learning in clinical and research settings.

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Speech and Hearing Clinic

The UConn Speech and Hearing Clinic delivers compassionate, state-of-the-art, evidence-based clinical care in speech-language pathology and audiology. Based at the Storrs campus, we serve clients from UConn and surrounding communities.

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  • Upcoming SLHS Events
    The SLHS Department website has been redesigned and is live. Be sure to check it out! This year, the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) 2023 Conference will be in Boston, Massachusetts! It will be held at the Boston Convention Center, November 16th – November 18th. Please be sure to join us for an Alumni event […]
    Posted on July 5, 2023
  • 2022/2023 Award Winners
    2023 Recipients of the Connecticut Speech and Hearing Foundation Scholarship Awards   Shayna Goldfeder – CSHA Foundation Scholarship   Arden Ricciardone – Geraldine Garrison Scholarship   Morgan Sauvageau – Kenneth T. Gist Promising Professional Scholarship   Victoria Zysk – Antonia B. Maxon Memorial Scholar/Clinician Scholarship     2023 Department of Speech, Language and Hearing Sciences […]
    Posted on July 5, 2023
  • Canadian Governor-General’s Innovation Award
    Dr. Richard Seewald (UCONN Ph.D. 1981) has contributed research findings in pediatric amplification for more than three decades. Dr. Seewald’s paper entitled “Selecting Amplification Characteristics for Young Hearing-Impaired Children” co-authored with his mentor and UCONN faculty member the late Dr. Mark Ross is a seminal work in the area of pediatric audiology and hearing loss […]
    Posted on July 5, 2023