The Speech and Hearing Sciences Building (SHS) was completed in 1966. Faculty and students in SHS have a multi disciplinary orientation related to the study of human speech communication and its disorders. The University Hearing Clinics occupy the first floor, where evaluative and rehabilitative audiological services are available to infants, children and adults. Clinic staff are certified by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association. The National Center for Neurogenic Communication Disorders is also located here.