WVU Speech and Hearing Clinic
The West Virginia University Speech and Hearing Clinic is located in Allen Hall on the Evansdale Campus. Speech-language therapy is conducted each day, Monday through Thursday, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. with the services of a fully certified supervisory staff. During a typical semester, the caseload for speech-language pathology students includes the following disorders: articulation, adult and child language, fluency, and voice.
Individual as well as group therapy is offered each semester to meet the needs of the clients. Therapy sessions are conducted in nine treatment rooms, each of which is equipped with a two-way mirror and monitoring system. The clinic also conducts augmentative communication evaluations as part of its services. There is a video monitoring system and fully equipped laboratory for acoustic and physiologic study of speech disorders.
The audiology clinic is equipped to provide complete diagnostic and rehabilitative services to those experiencing hearing difficulties. Patients are seen at the clinic, on a referral basis, Monday through Thursday. Students who register for audiology practicum are provided opportunities to gain varied experience in keeping with their interests and abilities.
For more information or to schedule an appointment,
please contact Melissa Mitchell at (304) 293-6817 or by emailing
The Speech Clinic at the
WVU Health Sciences Center
The Speech Clinic at Ruby Memorial Hospital is located on the third floor of the
Physician’s Office Building in the Department of Rehabilitation. Therapy and diagnostics
are conducted each day, Monday through Friday, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. under the
supervision of a fully certified staff with both in-patients and out-patients.
During a typical semester, the caseload includes the following disorders: articulation,
voice, and swallowing. Therapy is conducted throughout the hospital in individual
therapy rooms, as well as at bedside.
Off-Campus Clinical Facilities
In addition to the above WVU audiology and speech-language pathology facilities, the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders maintains a formal relationship with several off-campus clinical settings and externship sites in which students may obtain clinical hours working with a wide range of individuals with communication disorders. These include a variety of local and regional hospitals, schools, rehabilitation centers, private practices, and nursing homes.
Our Non-Discrimination PolicyWest Virginia University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Institution and is committed to social justice. The Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders fully supports that commitment and expects to maintain a positive clinical and learning environment based upon open communication, mutual respect, and nondiscrimination. Our facility does not discriminate on the basis of race, sex, age, disability, veteran status, religion, sexual orientation, color, or national origin. If you are a person with a disability and anticipate needing any type of accommodation in order to participate in clinic, please advise the staff or supervisors.