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Speech Language Pathology Program (SLP) - Online Advising Forum
Note to Students and Prospective Students
This online resource is for informational purposes only and is not intended to substitute for program advising. Only general advising guidelines are provided here; self-advising is not recommended.
All students (or prospective students) should obtain individual guidance and advising from a Speech-Language-Pathology program advisor (listed below). Additionally, UT students, or those who have applied to the university, may see a college advisor. Those seeking individual guidance and advising should contact the program advisor directly via e-mail, visit the advisor during posted office hours, or contact the advisor to make an appointment. Contact information is provided below.
Undergraduate Courses and Sequencing:
Due to changes in University policy, most undergraduate speech-language pathology
courses will be offered only one time per year. Consequently, it is critical for students to carefully review their plan of study
with a program advisor and seek advising assistance when planning for, and scheduling,
courses. Students starting late in their degree programs, who get off sequence, and/or
who fail to follow the plan of study may delay graduation.
Curriculum Check-Off Guide (all students must meet these requirements)
This web site is for informational purposes only. General advising guidelines are provided, as well as frequently asked questions. Further, general advising sessions are also provided periodically. Dates will be posted on the online calendar of events and the advising bulletin board outside of the Clinic.
Each student should obtain individual advising information from his/her advisor. Individual advising information can be obtained through the direct e-mail, or you may visit your advisor during posted office hours. If you wish to make an appointment with your advisor at another time, contact information is also available.
All registered undergraduate students may see the College Advisor for general advising, transfers, and similar needs. You can make an appointment by calling Student Services at 419-530-2495.
All program specific advising should be directed to the SLP undergraduate advisors listed below.
If your last name begins with A-I, your advisor is:
Mrs. Amy Remer
If your last name begins with J-R, your advisor is:
Mrs. Jennifer Glassman
If your last name begins with S-Z, your advisor is:
Dr. Stephanie Hughes
Undergraduates with a Degree (UWD) in a different field
If you have questions about undergrad SLP leveling courses, the advisor who can help you is an undergraduate program advisor (see above for assignment by last name).
If you have questions about graduate admission, the program or coursework, you can email SLPGradProgram@utoledo.edu or contact Dr. Ellis (contact information provided below).
Graduate advisors are individually assigned. If you have general advising questions, please email email SLPGradProgram@utoledo.edu
The graduate advisors are:
Dr. Rodney Gabel