The Mollie E. Webb Speech & Hearing Center was established in 1974 and operates within the School of Allied Professions. The Center moved to its present location at 3735 Blair Street in November 2002. The Center offers help to people of all ages with speech, language, and hearing problems. Graduate students evaluate and treat speech and language problems under close faculty supervision. The faculty is comprised of nationally certified and state-licensed speech-language pathologists. As part of the evaluation, the client may be asked to describe, name, or point to pictures and objects. A hearing screening is also completed as part of the evaluation. Treatment may include speech or language therapy. In some cases, special devices may be used to enhance communication (augmentative and alternative communication).