The Audiology and Speech-Language Clinics

The Audiology and Speech-Language Clinics are part of the university's teaching, research and community services programs.

The following information identifies Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology practice areas and provides a brief description of the etiologies of communication and swallowing disorders.  If you have questions regarding our clinical services, please contact the Clinic Administrative Assistant.

Audiology Service Delivery Areas   

 Speech-Language Pathology Service Delivery Areas

Etiologies of Communication and Swallowing Disorders

James Madison University does not discriminate on the basis of age, disability, race or color, height or weight, national or ethnic origin, political affiliation or belief, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, veteran status, parental status (including pregnancy), marital status, family medical or genetic information, in its employment, educational programs, activities, and admissions. JMU complies with all applicable federal and state laws regarding non-discrimination, affirmative action, and anti-harassment.
The responsibility for overall coordination, monitoring and information dissemination about JMU’s program of equal opportunity, non-discrimination, and affirmative action is assigned to the Office of Equal Opportunity (OEO). Inquiries or complaints may be directed to the Office of Equal Opportunity: James Robinson, Director (540)568-6991, jmu.edu/oeo, oeo@jmu.edu 

JMU prohibits sexual and gender-based harassment including sexual assault and other forms of inter-personal violence. The responsibility for overall coordination, monitoring and information dissemination about JMU’s Title IX program is assigned to the Title IX Coordinator. Inquiries or complaints may be directed to the Title IX Coordinator: Amy Sirocky-Meck (540)568-5219, jmu.edu/access-and-enrollment/titleIX, titleix@jmu.edu

Specialty Services