Application Process

Admission Process for the B.S.E. in Communication Disorders

Stage II: Admission to the Communication Disorders Program CDIS

Admission to the CDIS Program Major is competitive and occurs after completion of all PCDIS requirements identified in Stage I. Applications must be submitted by January 30 prior to beginning the fall semester of your junior year.

Submit an Application Packet with the following information:

  • Application Form
  • Letter of Intent – One-page letter relating why you wish to enter the CDIS Major
  • Curriculum Guide
  • Transcripts for all college-level coursework
  • Submission of passing scores on the Core Academic Skills for Educators: Math, Reading, and Writing sections of the Praxis I Exam -- You may submit a copy of the official Test Results found in your ETS Praxis Account

Satisfactory completion of an admission interview if requested by faculty committee

Submit Applications to:

Larry Aslin, M.A., CCC-SLP
Program in Communication Disorders
Epley Center for Health Professions
606 N. Razorback Road, Office 272
Fayetteville, AR 72701

No late applications or late transcripts accepted. Make sure transcripts from other colleges are received and processed so they appear on your UA transcript by January 15. If all your completed classes from all colleges are not listed on your transcript, your application will appear incomplete and will be rejected.