The UW Speech & Hearing Clinic is an outpatient center providing exceptional care to the community while serving as a clinical education and research facility. The clinic is a living laboratory in the Department of Speech and Hearing Sciences with graduate students preparing to become audiologists and speech-language pathologists along-side clinical educators who are experts in their field.  Our graduate students provide services under the supervision of audiology and speech-language pathology clinical educators who are nationally certified by the American Speech-Language Hearing Association (ASHA) and licensed by the Washington Department of Health.

The U.S. News and World Report ranks our graduate programs in Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology in the top five in the country year after year.  We invite you and your family to see us for your hearing and speech/language needs, as well as participate in the preparation of the next generation of the best and brightest in Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology.



The UW Speech and Hearing Clinic abides by the University of Washington policies regarding non-discrimination and affirmative action with regard to its faculty, staff, students and clients and their families/caregivers. The specific policy should be reviewed and can be found at:   The UW Speech and Hearing Clinic holds paramount the welfare of each client and their family/caregiver members. This includes upholding a client’s rights during all encounters. A copy of a client’s “Bill of Rights” is posted in each waiting area.