Speech Language Pathology Assistant Program
Speech-Language Pathology assistants are trained individuals who work under the supervision of licensed and certified Speech- Language Pathologists to help children and adults with communication disorders improve their speech and language skills.
Speech Language Pathology Assistant Admission Requirements
Santa Ana College has an open door policy. Admission is granted to anyone who is a high school graduate, has a certificate of high school proficiency or is 18 years of age or older who can profit from instruction or is a high school student qualifying for Career Advanced Placement Program.
This policy is the same for the SLPA program. Please be advised that the SLPA program does not currently require an application for admittance. A prospective student admitted to Santa Ana College is free to begin taking coursework within the program. Initiation of the program can currently occur during either the Fall or Spring semesters.
If you require a review of transcripts, please contact Maria Rios, Career & Technical Education Counselor, via email at email@example.com or by phone at 714-564-6810 or contact SAC's counseling department at 714-564-6100 to make an appointment with general counseling staff. Please be advised that you will require a SAC student ID number to be seen. The counselor will assist in determing what coursework may meet requirements within the SLPA program.
Also, please attend one of the scheduled orientation sessions to obtain further information regarding the SLPA program.