Non-Discrimination Policy

The MSLP program adheres to the Mount St. Joseph Non-Discrimination Policy. Additional information related to the MSLP program and non-discrimination policies are included in the Program Handbook.

Filing a Complaint about a Program to CAA

In addition to the MSJ policies and procedures related to non-discrimination policies, students may make a formal complaint to CAA related to equitable treatment and accreditation.

Speech-language pathology education programs in the United States are accredited by the Council on Academic Accreditation in Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology (CAA), which works in conjunction with the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) to maintain the standards of the profession. Students, parents, patients, faculty, and other stakeholders may submit a complaint regarding the MSLP Program to CAA. CAA has a mechanism to consider formal complaints about speech-language pathology education programs that allege a program is not in compliance with one or more of CAA's evaluative criteria or has violated any of CAA's expectations related to academic integrity. To contact CAA call 800-498-2071 or e-mail

Further information can be found on CAA’s website: