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  1. @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!”
  2. Hey Everyone , I just got offered admission into Hampton University for the Fall of 2019 for Speech Language Pathology. I was wondering if anyone has created a Facebook page yet? Also is anyone taking the pre reqs during their first year?
  3. Hi all, For any current students or admitted students that have toured at Texas State, what do you all think about the program? I visited and was blown away by their brand new clinic- much nicer and different from my undergraduate clinical facility. They just moved to the Round Rock campus from the main campus in San Marcos, Texas, therefore they are still building up their clinical clientele and the grad students have on average 1-2 clients per semester. Is this a low number? At my undergrad school the graduate clinicians have around 3-4 clients per semester, so the lower number is a little scary to me. Does anyone know how the professors are? I spoke with Dr. Domsch when I visited and she seemed great, but wasn't able to meet anyone else. Also, for those who are there, how do you like the Round Rock campus? I am trying to decide between two programs and need as much help as possible, anything helps!
  4. Hey everyone, I was accepted to Biola University for Fall 2019. I'm looking for anyone else coming! Maybe we could start a FB group??
  5. So I was admitted to University of Illinois Urbana Champaign (UIUC) and that was my only admission so my decision was made for me based on circumstances; however, from the 3 schools, I was waitlisted for I have been admitted to my undergrad institution. I just heard back yesterday and I have a tough choice to make in such little time with the deadline coming up. Coming From Undergrad at California State University, Chico but I am originally from Southern California. Deciding between... CSU, Chico (undergrad institution) and UIUC Factors I am keeping in mind I would have to pay out-of-state tuition for UIUC. CSU, Chico is substantially cheaper (I am getting only loans for both programs). I may potentially get an assistantship for a tuition waiver and stipend for UIUC; however, this is not guaranteed. I have already met with students and faculty as well as seeing the clinic at UIUC and I do like the program more than I do CSU, Chico. I am in a long-term 5-year relationship and my partner will still be attending CSU, Chico. I love the atmosphere of UIUC and CSU, Chico seems to be much more competitive in nature. Not having to go through the hassle of moving to a different state is convenient.
  6. Has anyone heard from Lamar University, the university of Texas rio Grande Valley, or Kingsville for Fall 2019? I’m so anxious and worried about not getting in anywhere! Someone please help ease my nerves 😭 I just want know if they’ve started sending interview invitations or acceptances already. Any opinions on whether I have a shot or not? Cumalitive GPA: 3.4 Major GPA: 3.4 GRE: average! I’m bilingual (spanish and English) with lots of research experience.
  7. 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 funding offers common/uncommon? Also if any UofA students see this and would like to give your opinion on the program that would be greatly appreciated as well.
  8. Hey EVERYONE! Does anyone know much about Governors state and University of District of columbia's SLP programs??? Im trying to figure out which one I would like to attend but cant decide. Help!!!
  9. Hello! I've just recently been accepted to CSUEB (California State University Easty Bay) and SJSU (San Jose State University) for their masters programs in SLP. Originally, SJSU was my top choice because I heard that the school was better as a whole and because their SLP program is ranked higher nationally than CSUEB. That being said, I talked to a current student at SJSU who said that getting hospital externships there seemed to be more difficult. It is very important to me that I finish my masters with experience in private, school, and hospital settings. So, what is your experience at either of the schools? In your understanding, how hard is it to get hospital externships at either of the schools? Thank you! (PS. I'm local to the Bay Area and live between the two so commuting to either school won't be terribly difficult. Also the tuition at both schools is practically the same.)
  10. Like many others have done, I'm a current first year grad student! Feel free to ask any questions from applying to grad school itself! We're all in this together and I remember how rough the application process was!
  11. 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.
  12. 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?
  13. jackslp

    Molloy College

    Hi everyone! I just received my acceptance in to Molloy College! I wanted to see if anyone has experience with the school/program and has any insight? I would appreciate any feedback!!
  14. Hello. I am planning to apply to graduate programs for Spring 2020. I am an out of field student and am hoping to stay around the Texas/Oklahoma area. I have found the UTD program which offers leveling courses in combination with the masters courses and was wondering if there are any other programs that are like this? Thanks
  15. Hi all! If you want more info on how to get into grad school, what grad school is like once you're in, what to expect, etc. I follow an awesome SLPA/ slp grad students's instagram account (@thesocialspeechie) and YouTube account (the social speechie). She has a lot of really helpful videos with awesome information and is always open to answering any questions! Good luck to everyone who applied this cycle!
  16. I got a phone call earlier today saying I got accepted and they gave me a really good scholarship package so it looks like I'm going to MGH. Has anyone else heard back from MGH? Anyone planning on going?
  17. Hey yall! I am planning on applying for SLP programs that start Summer 2019 or Fall 2019, depending on the program. I spent three years at a small private school where I majored in elementary education and special education. I realized my true calling was in SLP so I transferred schools to pursue these dreams. I had spent over a year and a half unhappy with my education major and finally got up the courage to transfer. I decided to transfer the August of what would have been my senior year and it was the hardest decision ever! At my old school, I had a 3.7 GPA, over 200+ volunteer hours in Title I schools, was hugely involved in the community outside of campus with community service as well as being involved on campus, in a sorority, and worked my entire time in school. I was able to finish my B.S. in Communication Sciences in Disorders in two years (SO PROUD OF MYSELF!), but as a result my overall GPA suffered. I had a 3.3 overall GPA, 3.2 GPA in CSD courses, and a 3.275 GPA for my last 60 hours. I have the 25 shadowing hours per ASHA requirements...not sure how Master Clinician fits into those? While taking CSD classes, I worked at an after school program with a really diverse student population, volunteered with special needs students, was involved within my sorority, and shadowed in the speech and hearing clinic on campus. I am currently taking a gap year to increase my GRE score. The first time taking it I got a 152 VR, 137 VR, and 4 AW, the second time 150 VR, 143 QR, and 3.5 AW. Before taking the GRE the second time, I solely focused on studying for the QR section. Right now during my gap year, I am gaining some awesome shadowing experience, working as a nanny, have a private tutor for the GRE, and am studying on my own. I haven't scheduled my third (and hopefully last!) time taking the GRE, but am looking at October or November. I feel like I'm putting myself in a panic and am trying to be realistic about my chances of getting into grad school. Any advice, tips, schools I should look into, or insight about my real chances of getting in would be greatly appreciated!!! I want to stay in the South if possible! Thanks in advance!
  18. I finished applying to grad schools at the end of December with due dates of applications being on January 15th, February 1st, and February 15th. I have heard back from two of the three schools I applied to. However, I'm starting to get extremely nervous because the last school I haven't heard from is my alma mater and I know that several others have already heard back and been accepted. I have not received ANYTHING. And I mean anything, no wait list letter, no rejection, and no acceptance. I'm starting to really get concerned because since others have heard back, does that mean that I did not get in? But if I didn't get in, why wouldn't they just send me the email saying no. I've tried to think about this as logically as I can like maybe they sent out letters in alphabetical order but the people I asked ALL have last names starting with letters after mine in the alphabet.. I was thinking maybe they accepted the grad scholars first, but I know for a fact that one kid from my alma mater who got accepted DID NOT apply for the grad scholars and he received an acceptance. I'm just freaking out because this was my back-up plan but I didn't think I wouldn't have been able to get into my back-up plan!?? Should I just consider no news good news???
  19. Any one hear from NCCU yet or know when they may start letting students know? Thanks!
  20. Hey y'all! I have an interview with WSU in a couple days and am curious... For anyone who has already interviewed with them, how did it go? Were the questions mostly personal, or were there some clinically-based ones slipped in there? Just trying to mentally prepare!
  21. socalslp2be

    Chapman CSD

    Hi everyone, I had my interview for Chapman two weeks ago. Still havent heard anything. Didnt get an interview for CSULA and got waitlisted to sdsu just now. I’m seriously freaking out. Has anyone heard back from Chapman yet?
  22. I have been so fortunate enough to be accepted into my top two schools UW MedSLP and MGHIHP. I definitley want to go medical slp but really focus and specialize on dysphagia (the dream is to become BCS-S). I am struggling choosing which program because of the price and what they offer. MGH has a professor who is a principle investigator for several ongoing dysphagia research projects and offers classes like "Alaryngeal Speech" and "Trach/Ventilation". However for two years, the price is looking like 100,000 (50,000/year). I am originally from CT but moved to CO so it would be nice to be a little bit closer to home. I also have several friends both major related (already in boston for second year SLP grad school at Northeastern) and non-major friends just who are moving out there. UW MedSLP is an amazing program that gives you a specialized curriculum with a full time internship in your last semester, but there seems to be no professors who specialize in dysphagia and have any labs going on. Compared to MGH, there are less electives but the price is 30,000/year! Which is much cheaper. I am definitley torn and would appreicate any feedback from any students who are maybe already in either one of these programs and know maybe a little bit more? I am so torn and really don't know what to do.
  23. Hi guys, I recently got accepted to SDSU's SLHS program and was just wondering if anyone has received any news of financial aid/scholarships yet? I'll be paying in-state tuition, but I'm still worried about how much I'll have to take out in loans for tuition, living expenses, textbooks, etc.! Also, does anyone know if we're able to hold a part-time job during this program? I know some programs specifically mention on their website that students will most likely not be able to work during the program, but I didn't see anything regarding that on SDSU's website. Thanks!
  24. None of my schools have released decisions yet. I'm getting to the irrational place where even a rejection sounds nice right about now. ha Anyone else?
  25. slp2beLA

    Samford Housing

    Hello!!! I recently was accepted to Samford and it's my top choice if i dont get into another school. BUT, i was wondering if anyone who has attended the program (isnt from alabama/didnt go to samford) know how housing works!!! i dont know anyone that applied but would rather not live alone. if anyone knows what to do/has a suggestion let me know thank you!!
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