IMPORTANT UPDATE: For students applying during the Fall 2021 application cycle for admission to our program with a matriculation date of Fall 2022, GRE scores are not required for the application. If your UConn Slate application is flagging your application for missing scores, please contact email@example.com.
Application & Admission Process: Thank you for your interest in the Doctor of Audiology (AuD) degree program at the University of Connecticut (UConn). The admission process at UConn is highly selective. We are looking for those students who will excel at UConn and in the field of Audiology. The Admission Committee carefully reviews every application. A variety of factors is considered when evaluating applications including the student’s academic record, performance on the Graduate Record Exam (GRE) (waived for Fall 2020 application cycle) and letters of recommendation. Equally important is the student’s motivation for study, commitment, and personal background. A strong command of written and spoken English as evidenced in the applicant’s written essay, GRE writing score, and communications with the department is also considered.
We require a dual application process – that is you must apply through both the CSDCAS application portal and the UConn Slate application portal in order to be considered for admission to our program.
All Majors Considered: An undergraduate major in communication disorders is not required for admission. Applicants who do not have a background in speech and hearing sciences and communication disorders however, may need to complete prerequisite coursework. Successful graduates from our program have come from a variety of majors including business, English, health sciences and music as well as communication disorders. Applicants must share a passion for the field of audiology and a desire work with individuals with hearing loss and their families.
On-Campus Interview: After the application review, selected applicants will be invited to an on-campus interview.