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    California
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    Speech Language Pathology

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  1. If anyone has any questions about the program and such, feel free to message me!
  2. I know this is much past the original post, but just thought I'd share what I gave my supervisor last semester that she loved! A fun slp oriented mug and some fresh coffee from a local roaster (I knew she loved coffee) and of course a thank you card for everything. She loved it https://www.etsy.com/listing/735158696/speech-therapist-mug-speech-therapist?ref=yr_purchases
  3. Hi! You can send it my way if you're still looking for those to read it, PM me if you'd like!
  4. Hi! I majored in SLHS at my undergrad. But if you have any questions, don't be afraid to PM me with them!
  5. Hi! If you have any questions about the SJSU extended master's program let me know! I am in the grad program there and while I'm not in the extended masters, I've heard a lot about the leveling year from my classmates. Best of luck!
  6. So, I've truly never been a procrastinator...until grad school. Yup! I was the kid that finished their book report the day or day after it was assigned. And this past year, I've had to more actively attend to assignments and work harder to not procrastinate, so that was new for me. I actively use a planner to keep everything together like due dates, meetings, study time. I have found that making a to do list of tasks (however big or small) has helped. If I have projects or big assignments on my list, I might work on one for a designated length of time, take a break then chip away at
  7. I think this might be as well, a lot of students are considering deferring right now.
  8. While none of this is ideal, at least for my program, faculty members are working very hard to try and do the best for the incoming class. We've held small zoom meetings to give feedback/brainstorm, taken surveys, given individual feedback through meetings and reflections, and had many candid group discussions about what's working and what's been difficult to adjust the courses to be more beneficial for our learning experience online. And although it's not easy, participating in these discussions has given me hope for the incoming classes.
  9. Longwood University also has some pre-reg/leveling classes!
  10. Hi! I'm not at your same program, I'm a first year at SJSU, but don't be afraid to PM me if you have any questions or want to chat. Maybe it'll calm some nerves!
  11. I am a first year, so I haven't gone through this yet myself. I think the title might be something to consider based on what setting you think you might want to work in, I am looking to go towards the education side so I viewed it as a plus. With that said, they do try to prepare you for both settings and take your interests into consideration when coordinating the internships/externships. If you want a hospital placement, when the time comes you make this known to faculty members and they do their best to get you into a setting that fits this or close to it. Because yes, the settings are very
  12. Absolutely! In some cases, you can switch sections, it depends on availability and other people's schedules. It's different, going back to having someone else hand you your schedule instead of creating it yourself like in undergrad (kinda). The transition to online hasn't been too difficult for me as I've taken many online classes before and am very grateful in many ways considering what's happening.
  13. @nuttyspeechie Thank you! I'm in the two year program, but almost half of the cohort is in the three year program. A lot of people do commute, I can send you what my schedule has been like the past two semesters (even though this semester is online now). The class/clinic blocks are 9-11:45, 1-3:45, and 4-6:45. Everyone's schedule is a little different depending on clinics and what section of the class, but its an arrangement of those times. Most people also usually have either Monday or Friday completely free to work, study, etc. As far as funding goes, I'm not sure if the funding o
  14. Maybe a small gift card to one of their local coffee shops near them! They may not be able to use it right away, but it helps support small business too. I also liked the groceries idea!
  15. Also congrats on CSULB!!! That is awesome! I have a friend that is a first year right now attending, let me know if you want me to put you in contact with her!
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