NSSLHA (National Student Speech Language Hearing Association) is a student-run organization that focuses on communication sciences and disorders. This organization is available for all students who are interested in learning more about communication disorders and audiology. Our organization also provides CDI Majors a chance to meet one another, as well as faculty, and learn about being a Speech/Language Pathologist and Audiologist through various activities and community service opportunities.
Pictured left: Former NSSLHA officers Rachel Booth (Historian), Grace Thomasson (Treasurer), Kaylee Pardue (Secretary), Molly Logsdon (President), and Paige Ferguson (Vice President).
"The mission of the Murray State National Student Speech Language and Hearing Association chapter is to enrich the social and academic experience of students in the communication disorders program (CDI) by strengthening the relationship between CDI students and faculty through social activities and community services as well as raise awareness of our professional responsibility to those who are affected by communication disorders."