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Welcome to the GV Speech Lab

Welcome to the Grand Valley State University Speech Lab!


The Mission of the Speech Lab is to empower speakers to shape their lives, professions, and society through confident and effective public presentations.

What We Do

The Grand Valley Speech Lab is a peer-to-peer communication center that helps students with all elements of oral presentations including, but not limited to:

  • Anxiety
  • Attention Getters
  • Citations
  • Delivery
  • Fallacies
  • Notes
  • Organization
  • Outlining
  • Panels
  • Transitions

Who We Are

Our consultants consist of undergraduate and graduate students from a wide variety of majors like communications, information systems, advertising and public relations, sports management and so much more. What is additionally unique about our consultants is that they have all completed a rigorous semester-long training program certified by the National Association of Communication Centers. This means that no matter who you work with, you will be given the same consistent service. In fact, while there are over 100 communication centers in the United States, the GVSU Speech Lab is one of only 18 communication centers with a nationally certified training program.

Where You Can Find Us

While our home office is in 154 Lake Michigan Hall, we are currently working virtually for your safety and convenience. Here on our homepage, simply click here or the image at the top of the page to enter our Virtual Speech Lab powered by Google Meet. Stay tuned for an update on our Fall 21 operations. 

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The Speech Lab at Grand Valley State University is a program of the  College of Liberal Arts & Sciences and the School of Communications.

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