Applications for Clinical Degrees Only

Applications for admission to our Clinical programs (Au.D., MS-SLP) require materials to be sent both via CSDCAS and via Purdue’s online systems.

Materials to be submitted to CSDCAS:

Online application (CSDCAS Application) Your application should be marked by CSDCAS as " Complete” or as  “Verified” no later than January 1st in order to be considered for admission.

  1. Application fee
  2. Three letters of recommendation (See Recommendation Letters)
  3. Official transcripts from all institutions attended. Must be received by January 1st.  Please refer to CSDCAS instructions.
  4. CV or Resume
  5. Written (and SLP Video) question prompts. Responses are required. Please follow the instructions given in the CSDCAS application.  
  6. Self-reported GRE test scores

Materials to be submitted to Purdue University:

Important Note: The Purdue application, application fee, and official test scores must be received by January 1st in order to be considered for admission.

  1. Online application (Graduate ApplicationPlease include a Diversity Essay and statement of purpose if you wish to be considered for the Knox fellowship award. The David M. Knox Fellowships are awarded to Master's and Au.D-seeking students to enhance the diversity of the graduate student body through the recruitment of students with diverse backgrounds, views and experiences. Recipients of Knox Fellowships must have graduated from an accredited U.S. high school.
  2. Application fee
  3. Official GRE scores. Must be sent directly to Purdue through ETS. No set minimum required. Purdue's institution code is 1631; no department code needs to be specified.
  4. Transcripts. All applicants must upload copies of official transcripts.  Please see https://www.purdue.edu/gradschool/admissions/how-to-apply/apply-transcripts.html and follow Graduate School instructions as these transcripts will be used by them to process an offer of admission.
  5. Updated transcripts.  Any updated transcripts need to be sent directly to the Graduate Program Secretary prior to February 15th. These transcripts can be unofficial, can be mailed or emailed, and will be used to verify that any courses previously in progress have been completed and passed. 
  6. For those whose first-language is not English, we require official test scores less than 2 years old from one of the following: TOEFL iBT or IELTS (Note that the SLHS English proficiency requirements for clinical students are more stringent than those set by the Purdue Graduate School; see link for International Students

We realize the double application can be a bit confusing. Please read and follow the above posted instructions carefully to ensure your application is submitted properly and eligible for review.

To be clear, regarding transcripts:

Official transcripts will be submitted to CSDCAS prior to January 1st and used for application review. These must be official transcripts.

Transcripts will be submitted to the Purdue Graduate School via the application system. The transcripts that you upload to the Purdue system must be copies of regular transcripts issued from the institution as opposed to a student record printout that you can access on your own. 

Updated transcripts will be sent to the Graduate Program Secretary to verify coursework.  These do not need to be official transcripts. 

Your application will not be processed until both applications are received. You will receive a status email once your applications are matched up and pulled for processing.

Contact the Graduate Program Secretary with any questions. 

Speech, Language, & Hearing Sciences, Lyles-Porter Hall, 715 Clinic Drive, West Lafayette, IN 47907-2122, PH: (765) 494-3789

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