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    Speech-language pathology

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  1. The nice thing about ENMU is they have a 2nd Bachelors degree program and classes are available online. A few things to consider
  2. I'm a graduate student in the program and I do not recommend taking a graduate-level summer course to "help" you out. They are 6-weeks of hell! Unless you plan on not having a life, not sleeping and cramming a ton of info. in your exhausted brain. These classes are not for the faint of heart. It might actually discourage you from wanting to go to graduate school. You're better off taking a regular 16-week course to get used to the pace, workload etc.
  3. "Whether you think you can or can't, you're right." Just think, you were selected from a pool of applicants, probably hundreds. Something about you really stood out and the faculty at the school believe that you will be a good fit for the program. Grad school is not easy and there will be times where you feel that you are failing. Your professors and supervisors are there to help you not fail you. You got this!
  4. This means you can apply to graduate school at ENMU (no particular program) and take a CDIS course as a non-degree graduate. I took 2 grad classes before being accepted into the program
  5. I wasn't waitlisted but there were a few girls in my cohort who were. They got a call last minute, 1 the week before orientation and another the week of!
  6. As the others said, go to ASHA edFind. You will have to research the schools. Make a list of the schools you meet the criteria for and look at tuition, cost of living etc. and figure out which would be the most realistic for you. Also look at GA positions/internships/research opportunities/scholarships to figure out what you qualify for. After you figure all that out, apply to the schools that make the most sense to you. It's competitive, so the more schools you apply to, the more opportunities you have given yourself to be accepted or rejected from a school. Take advantage of workshops your current school may offer to help you with your letter of intent and resume. Get as much feedback as you can because you want your letter to be perfect when you submit your application. Remember, that letter gives the admissions committee a sense of who you are. If you haven't already done so, ask your professors to write you a letter of recommendation. They may want a copy of your resume and letter of intent. Hope this helps. PM me if you have any questions.
  7. Non-degree status is for students who hold a degree but need to take the required leveling courses for the CDIS program.
  8. You will have to apply as a non-degree student.
  9. Hello! My question to you is are you looking at UG or grad classes? I'm a current grad student at ENMU and when I was registered as a non-degree grad, I looked into taking a summer grad course. I was advised not to by the department chair as the summer grad courses are intense and will "consume you." If you're not in a grad program, I would suggest contacting Dr. Swift and the instructor of the course(s) you are interested in taking for advice. Keep in mind, GPA! You don't want to jeopardize your chances of getting into a grad program because of wanting to "get it out of the way" during the summer and potentially getting a lower grade than taking a regular 16-week course.
  10. Hi, I will be staying there. I just wanted to get in touch with others in the same cohort.
  11. Hello! I will be starting the grad program this Spring and I'm looking for a roommate for the semester. If you're in the same boat, please PM me. Thanks!
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