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Hi!

Yes! Its the NYU online program. They have 3 cohorts a year so its worth it to apply if an online learning experience favors your lifestyle. 

I'm not sure about start dates for other schools but I know some NY programs have Spring start dates! Check those out on the ASHA website! They all have varying deadlines.

No problem!! :)

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On 10/24/2017 at 8:47 PM, iqs said:

Hey guys! I applied to the January 2018 Speech@NYU cohort and was accepted! Anyone else who has been accepted and want to share contact info? It would be a great help. Thank you and good luck! 

i was wondering if I can ask what your stats was? I'm applying for the May 2018 cohort! Speech@NYU have been so helpful with my application and they're always calling to see how my application is going.

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Sure. My overall gpa was 3.54. Comd gpa was 3.75. Verbal 148, quan. 145, writing 3.5. I have experience working as a peer counselor for my undergrad speech department, tutor for phonetics, intern with an SLP, and volunteer at a program for kids with developmental disabilities. Good luck! I'm sure you will get in.    

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Hey :) I applied to the January 2018 cohort as well but I am still waiting on an admission decision. Congrats on getting in! Do you happen to know when you submitted your entire application? I wanted to get a feel for how much longer I needed to wait for a decision. Thanks!

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2 hours ago, jnbfutureslp said:

Hey :) I applied to the January 2018 cohort as well but I am still waiting on an admission decision. Congrats on getting in! Do you happen to know when you submitted your entire application? I wanted to get a feel for how much longer I needed to wait for a decision. Thanks!

Hey!! I applied Oct 4 and heard back Oct 16, about two weeks. Good luck! :)

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On 10/24/2017 at 8:47 PM, SLPlife786 said:

Hey guys! I applied to the January 2018 Speech@NYU cohort and was accepted! Anyone else who has been accepted and want to share contact info? It would be a great help. Thank you and good luck! 

How was it? They accept in volumes but then drastically weed out students. I hope you did not become a victim of such system.  

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On 11/9/2017 at 12:14 PM, jnbfutureslp said:

Wow that's super fast!! I'll let you know if I get in! Fingers crossed that we'll be classmates :)

How was it? They accept in volumes but then drastically weed out students. I hope you did not become a victim of such system. 

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Hi I just started my first term in May and I really like it. The summer 7 week courses are intense, but this is grad school. There is so much support from professors and advising, I get phone check ins from my advisor every few weeks to see if I need any help, and the tech support staff is amazing. If you are a disciplined person you will succeed. I would take their advice about not working if you will be full time. I only have a week and a half left at my job and it's a struggle to work all day and get my course work done. The courses are set up so that you need to learn the material by the day of your class, so basically you are doing everything a week in advance. It's a bit different form listening to a lecture in class and then going home to study, but it is also a great way to learn. I actually like this model better. I like not having the stress of commuting to school, it gives me more time to study. Good luck, I hope you hear back soon!

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