Speech-Language Pathology

Speech-Language Pathology - Tuition & Costs

Comprehensive Program Competitively Priced

The total cost of BW's 2022-24 speech-language pathology program is $55,000. This covers the entire five-semester program, including tuition, books, laptop computer, software, University resources, clinic fees and materials, Zambia experience (excluding non-refundable deposit to secure travel, immunizations and passport) and consumables.

SLP Scholarship Awards

Qualified candidates who enroll in BW’s speech-language pathology program for fall 2022 are eligible to receive a $5,000 SLP Scholarship Award. SLP scholarships will be awarded at the time an admission decision is made and are based on academic achievement, leadership and/or community service. No additional supplemental materials are required to be considered for an SLP Scholarship Award.

Graduate Research Assistantships

Baldwin Wallace University offers graduate research assistantships (GRAs) to support research and scholarship and/or creative efforts of BW faculty. Assistantships are explicitly limited to research and/or creative endeavor support; no teaching or clerical assistance of any kind is to be part of the award. GRAs are available on a competitive basis. Graduate research assistants will be responsible for 10 hours of work per week and will receive a tuition discount. GRA positions for the 2022-23 academic year will be announced soon.

Billing and Payment Plans

Initial bills for each new semester will be mailed to the student in July, December and April. The University has a monthly payment plan available to students, which may be utilized for the entire cost or any tuition not met by loans or other resources.

Financial Aid

Financial aid available to speech-language pathology students is limited to the Federal Direct student loan program. These loans have features that make them particularly attractive, including low interest rates, deferred payment options and flexible repayment schedules.

Graduate PLUS loans are also available to help graduate students finance any remaining educational costs, including program costs and estimated living expenses not covered by other forms of aid.