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If a student is having a problem in his/her academic program how can NSSLHA help?

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If a student is having a problem in his/her academic program how can NSSLHA help?

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The NSSLHA Executive Council does not have jurisdiction over any policies or decisions made by any academic institution or its staff. If a student encounters any problems in an academic program it must be remedied at the university level. The student should contact the office of student or academic affairs to determine the grievance or appeal policies at their university. If a student is enrolled in a communication science program recognized by the Council on Academic Accreditation (CAA) of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) and believes that the conduct of a faculty member(s) is unethical, or if the student is asked to perform a service that is questionable, an inquiry can be initiated at ASHA. The instructions for filing a grievance against an accredited program are available online. If a student is not comfortable seeking information and/or advice from either of those resources, the students may contact the national association at 301-296-8706 for assistance. Th

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