The UT Austin Speech and Hearing Center provides services for University of Texas and Austin area individuals with communication problems and serves as a training site for graduate students under the supervision of licensed and certified speech-language pathologists and audiologists.
We offer evaluation and treatment for individuals experiencing problems with articulation (mispronunciation of sounds), fluency (stuttering), hearing, language (child language impairment or recovering of language from stroke or other brain trauma), and voice (hoarse or strained voice) as well as hearing aid and hearing protection fitting and dispensing.
Services are available in English and Spanish.
The following services are available:
Hearing Protection and Custom Earplugs
Speech and Language Evaluations and Therapy
Attention UT Austin Students!
Are you planning to attend upcoming athletics events, concerts or music festivals? If so, we recommend custom earplugs to protect your hearing.
Schedule an appointment today!
Call (512) 471-3841
Our Unique Approach
Research and teaching drives therapy and training for the next generation of clinicians.
The Center began in 1937 as the first speech and hearing clinic in the state of Texas. It was located on the 25th floor of the University Tower, as part of the Department of Public Speaking. In 1946, clinical activities expanded when the Department moved into an army barracks near the Engineering Building. Audiology services were offered beginning in 1954; by then the Center was housed in the old Speech Building near the Tower. In 1974, the Center moved into its current facilities in the Jesse Jones Communication Complex.
The University of Texas Speech and Hearing Center holds strict adherence to the Code of Ethics of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) as well as the University of Texas at Austin’s code of conduct.
Contact Us to Schedule!
Phone: (512) 471-3841 UTSpeechandHearing@austin.utexas.edu
Monday-Thursday 9am-4pm, Friday 9am-2pm