Speech-Language Pathology Visit Opportunities

    Virtual Information Sessions

    Join members of the Graduate and Professional Studies admission team to learn more about the MS Speech-Language Pathology Program. 


    On-Campus Visits

    We are ready to show you why so many students love BW! During your on-campus visit, meet with a Graduate and Professional Studies admission counselor to talk through BW's program offerings, financial aid, and application processes. 

    Please note: Modified campus tours will be offered on MWF in conjunction with the 9:15am visit timeslot. Campus tours are limited to one student/family per tour and efforts to maximize the safety of our campus visitors and staff will continue as informed by the Ohio Department of Health and the CDC. These include social distancing guidelines and the required use of masks by unvaccinated visitors and staff while inside BW facilities.

    Additionally, the above campus tours do not include visits to the SLP facility. Please contact a member of the Graduate and Professional Studies admission team for more information: graduate@bw.edu or 440-826-8012. 

    Virtual Appointments

    Virtual appointments allow admission counselors to communicate via video teleconference and to share their screen when providing helpful information. These counselor appointments are completely customized to the needs of each student. When registering for a virtual appointment, students may identify various topics they wish to discuss with an admission counselor, including financial aid, admission requirements, etc. We look forward to bringing the BW community to you!

    To get started, select a date for your on-campus visit or virtual appointment in green (has an available appointment), select a time, then fill out the registration form.

    Please contact the Admission Office at: 440-826-2091 or visit@bw.edu for questions or additional information. If you would prefer to speak directly with a counselor, let us know.  

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