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  1. Hi! For all of my grad school applications, they require 3 letters of rec. I already have the first 2 confirmed. As for the 3rd letter, I am deciding between two professors. Professor A: I took her intro to comm disorders during the fall of sophomore year and received an A. She is also my advisor for NSSLHA which I am the co-president of (for my junior and senior year). She can speak on my academics as well as my communication skills, leadership skills, etc through NSSLHA. I thought she'd offer something new about my leadership skills since the other 2 professors I asked are speaking abou
  2. I am struggling to find information about New York University's funding opportunities for students in the Communication Sciences and Disorders program. Do they offer any funding in the form of scholarships, grants, research assistantships, graduate assistantships, etc?
  3. Hi there! For those who applied to graduate school for their master's in SLP, how long was your resume you submitted via CSDCAS?
  4. Hi! I know this forum is for graduates but I am trying to get advice on what supplies I might need to invest in and what I will need to do to make myself stand out when I am applying for graduate school. I am completing my undergraduate degree in Speech and Hearing Sciences online through Arizona State University Online and would love any advice on items I might buy to help me learn since I will not have an in-person class experience or any words of advice! Since I am also online I was hoping for advice on suggestions to help make connections with professors that I will never see face to
  5. I am currently preparing my applications for SLP graduate school. I know some schools ask for a resume and some do not. For the schools that do require a resume should I include summer jobs I have held while in college? The two jobs are forever 21 and Cengage learning warehouse. They have nothing to do with speech pathology and I fear may make my resume unfocused. Should I still include these two jobs to show I was working during summers or should I remove them to keep my resume more focused? Thanks in advance!!!
  6. Hi Everyone, On University of Saint Augustine's website it states they accept applicants from California. It also states that students from some states will have to complete additional requirements in graduate school to work in the school setting. Does anyone know if that is the case for California? I have an interview there next week but I'm hesitant to go because I'm worried a master's there won't allow me to work in the school setting in CA. https://www.usa.edu/college-of-rehabilitative-sciences/master-science-speech-language-pathology-ms-slp/ms-slp-accreditation/
  7. Hi! I am a junior in an undergraduate program for Special/Elementary Ed and Speech Language Pathology. I wanted to list my GPA, work experience, leadership experience, etc and ask where I should apply to? I really love the following programs: BU, Emerson, MGH, Northeastern, UT at Austin. Do you think I will be accepted to those programs? GPA: 3.88 cumulative. 3.4 in my 6 speech prerequisites. I received a C+ in Anatomy but will be retaking it in the fall. However, grad schools will not see it in time. I will update them though when I get my new updated grade in December. Leade
  8. Hello all! Has anyone heard anything about the University of Montana's online SLP program? I am interested in it but can not find any info on it? Is anyone in the program? Is anyone planning to apply this fall? Thanks in advance!!
  9. Hi all Is anyone applying to be a graduate fellow? I received an email to apply, but it's just an essay. Are there certain requirements? Pros or cons?
  10. For those that have been admitted/attend the University of Arizona, what are the typical # of funding offers? The coordinators have said they won't know how many assistantships they can offer until the know how much funding the department receives from the Graduate college at UofA (no timeline given on when they will hear). Dr. Alt mentioned that out of state students typically receive more funding help than in state students, due to the higher tuition rates, but not knowing anything about financial award is a little scary when trying to decide between programs. For those that attend, are fund
  11. Hi, I'm new here. I was wondering if CUNY Hunter College's Speech-Language Pathology Master's program had a second part to their interview process after the initial interview. Does anyone know what that second part is all about?
  12. I'm a Canadian (undergrad) student studying linguistics, interested in going into SLP in the U.S. The course requirements for SLPs are different for Canadian schools and U.S. schools. I'm looking at some of the courses that most U.S school (e.g. NYU) require such as "Anatomy and Physiology of the Speech and Hearing Mechanism", "Reading and Writing in Children with Speech and Language Disorders", "Articulation Disorders in Children and Adults", and I noticed that some of these courses are not offered at school. How do we determine which courses that our school offers is eligible to be con
  13. Hello! I was invited to the SFSU interview on this coming Monday and I'm nervous as to how to prepare for it. Does anyone have any experience they would be willing to share regarding how the interview is run or the content that will be asked? Will they be asking more skills related items (stuff you learned previously in class), scenario based (not necessarily skills related) or more about the program itself (why do you think you would be a good fit, why this program/school etc...)? All information is appreciated and thank you in advance!
  14. Hi all! I am like many of you, or many of you have been, a very anxious first-time applicant for graduate school. I am very close to submitting my application, but I was wondering if anyone would be willing to read over my letter of intent, and give me some feedback? It is just a little over a page long, and for the school I am applying to, I know they say to keep it generally around a page long. I am hoping the little extra information I provided is acceptable and helpful, but maybe I need a fresh set of eyes to let me know if it is excessive. My numerical stats are fairly average... but
  15. Hi all! I am like many of you, or many of you have been, a very anxious first-time applicant for graduate school. I am very close to submitting my application, but I was wondering if anyone would be willing to read over my letter of intent, and give me some feedback? It is just a little over a page long, and for the school I am applying to, I know they say to keep it generally around a page long. I am hoping the little extra information I provided is acceptable and helpful, but maybe I need a fresh set of eyes to let me know if it is excessive. My numerical stats are fairly average... but
  16. I am Ruby (26f), a Speech Language Pathology student from Missouri. I have completed all my undergraduate and graduate corse work, including my school based internship and am now having problems obtaining my final medical based 10 week internship to complete my degree and obtain my Masters. The problem is when I was 20 I was caught stealing and obtained a shoplifting charge on my record. It has been the problem of hopsitals allowing me to complete an internship. This has happened several times with different hosptials and I am really worried what can be done. I have looked into if I
  17. @hopefulSLP2be7 started a thread like this last year (for American Applicants) for those “who are playing the waiting game... Please post here if you are DECLINING your acceptance OR waitlist position at a school. This will HELP people get a better idea of their situation! Thanks to everyone who participates! Congrats to all the SLPs to be!”
  18. Hey yall! good luck on your graduate applications. Major(s) Communication Sciences & Disorders and Psychology Which programs I am applying to: The University of Alabama; CSU Long Beach, CSU Fullerton, Florida State University, Ole Miss, ECU, Abilene Christian, Samford University. Where I am from: California, but attend The University of Alabama currently for undergrad GRE: 156 V, 154 Q, 4.7 W GPA: 4.0 major Biggest concern about my applications: GRE scores and the fact that California schools might be hesitant about accepting me having an undergraduate degree from Alab
  19. Hey everyone! So I went to TC's open house yesterday and just wanted to hear from other people who attended. What did you guys think? Hated it? Loved it? Are you going to attend?
  20. Hi. To anyone reading this, looking for some advise. I'm from Kenya, looking to apply to a master's SLP program. There are so many options out there quite overwhelmed. Because of my international status, looking for programs which could be affordable to me. Or those with in-state offers/GA/any other form of funding. No preferences on location, open to anything that would work. I'm looking to apply for the Fall2020, and need to start alot of preparation right now. Any help/advise/tips would be appreciated!
  21. Hi, I was wondering how much grades matter in your masters program for getting a job after graduate school. Should I try insanely hard to get all A's like in undergrad, are a lot of B's totally fine, etc. Basically, will your GPA matter at all for getting a job after grad school as long as it's above a 3.0? Thanks so much for your help!!
  22. Hello, I am a graduate student at Midwestern University - Glendale working on my capstone project. I am studying the relationships empathy, self-reflection and cognition among SLP graduate students. I am recruiting graduate students in an SLP program to participate in a study to learn what qualities and personalities are entering certain vocational settings of Speech-Language Pathology. The study has been approved by the IRB, and all responses are anonymous.If you are a current SLP graduate student and are interested in participating, please follow this hyperlink to the survey: https://forms.
  23. I got accepted into the CDIS grad program at Eastern New Mexico. I was wondering how their program is and if anyone else had gotten in.
  24. Hello all, I was wondering if anyone has gotten into Baylor's Masters Online SLP Program and how competitive is it. I just did an informational webinar for prospective students. I live in Dallas, TX so I know that the tuition will not be too much but still expensive. I currently go to Texas Woman's University majoring in Health Studies. I was going for Occupational Therapy but I have more of a love for Speech-Language Pathology. Also, could you provide your stats? I'm trying to see if I have a change. Thanks!
  25. Hello! My name is Natalie, and I am a Canadian student who has recently been accepted to the University of Sydney's masters of Speech Pathology Program (SLP). I am wondering if there is anyone who has gone through the program that I could speak to? I have already lived in Sydney for 3 years so I know all about the city and the costs and all that, but I have a few questions about the course itself. How much "time off" do you get? I am hoping to be able to come home to Canada on breaks, but I am not sure how much time off you really get with placements and all that. As well, how many
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