Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders

School of Health and Human Sciences

About Us: 

The National Student Speech Language Hearing Association (NSSLHA) is a pre-professional membership association for students interested in the study of communication sciences and disorders. Our NSSLHA chapter at UNCG consists of approximately 100 members, continuously striving to volunteer and raise money for organizations associated with communication sciences and disorders. Visit us on Facebook

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  • Our next meeting will be October 18th, 3:30pm-4:30pm in Curry 225. We will be talking about state and national NSSLHA membership benefits!
  • Please join us at our Holiday Social on Tuesday, November 27th at 6:30pm. It will be held at the College Park Baptist Church. We will have a silent auction, food, and fun! 

Member Point System:
A point system has been employed to track the involvement of each NSSLHA member. To be considered an “active” member, each student must obtain 8 points per semester. Points may be accumulated via the following: 1 point-socials, 2 points-meetings, 3 points-volunteer/community service

National NSSLHA: 
National membership provides several benefits, such as subscriptions, students discounts and information to help students stay current on advancements in the field of speech, language and hearing behavioral disorders. To learn more about the benefits of national NSSLHA membership and how to become a national member, click the icon link below:
NCSHLA Student Membership: The NCSHLA Student Membership also provides several benefits, such as leadership and educational opportunities. To find out more information, click on the icon link below:


  • Brooke Rockot, President,
  • Jessica Williard, Vice President,
  • Grace Hurdle, Treasurer,
  • Kathryn Swaim, Secretary,
  • Rebecca Hoggarth, Parliamentarian,
  • Madi Parsons, Junior Representative,
  • Mimi Kramer, Junior Representative,
  • Ciara Kranzler, Junior Representative,
  • Emily Guistwite, Junior Representative,

Perry FlynnPerry Flynn, Faculty Advisor