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Speech-Language Pathologists with an Emphasis in Deafness
Seven scholarships will be awarded. The purpose of these scholarships is to prepare SLPs to have greater expertise in the areas of speech, language and literacy of children who are deaf/hard of hearing. Each of these scholarships will provide tuition remission for 44 credit hours. Students must be able to begin the program in the summer in order to be considered for the scholarship.
In exchange for the scholarship, those awarded will be expected to work with children who are deaf/hard of hearing in an auditory/oral educational environment (including public schools) for a period of three years following graduation from the master's program.
Those students invited to interview for the scholarships will submit a statement indicating why they are interested in the program and their career plans after completion of the program.