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A brand new chapter

December 25, 2012

It was December 20th, and all through the hall,
Speechies were partying and having a ball,
It was their graduation day,
The end of studying and classes,
And so students, professors and friends gathered in masses.
Pictures were snapped, drinks to be had,
A few tears were shed, but it wasn’t that bad,
For a new door had opened, A new chapter to read,
And though we’re a litte unsure how to proceed,
We’re gonna be great, marvelous and wise,
Our clients will be getting a very nice prize,
For the speechies are ready,
To go out and assess,
And evaluate and reason, we’re simply the best!
A big thanks to our professors, families, and friends too,
Without your support we couldn’t do what we do!
Stay tuned to the blog, for more posts will appear,
Full of practicum adventures from the new year!

Merry Christmas everyone, and Happy New Year!!

One Comment leave one →
  1. Claudia permalink
    December 26, 2012 3:07 pm

    Merry Christmas to you as well! I’ve enjoyed following all of your posts and I hope the New Year brings many great experiences for all you budding SLP’s ^_^

    I am also hoping to someday go to UofA to become an SLP, and I was wondering if you might be able to offer some advice in terms of tuition. The information online doesn’t seem to directly relate to the speech program so I was wondering if you would be able to advise on the average amount for tuiton per year (I’ve heard anything from $5,000 to $15,000, eep!) If not, I completely understand, but any info to ease my worries would be greatly appreciated! 😀

    All the best,


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