How to Apply
Important: If you have a bachelor's degree in a field other than communication disorders, please visit this page: postbacc program.
The current admission cycle for the 21-22 academic year is now open.
We have moved our application process to CSDCAS. The application cycle opened July 15 and all documents must by received by CSDCAS by Jan 15.
If you have any specific questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Your application to CSDCAS must include:
- Official Transcripts from all schools attended (including Murray State University and college credit earned in high school)
- Three letters of recommendation (Two of the letters must come from faculty who can address your academic potential)
- Personal Essay (see instructions on the documents page)
- Video submission link (see instructions below)
You must also apply to Murray State University Graduate Admissions.
Your Application to Murray State University must include:
- Completed application to the Murray State graduate school with a non-refundable application fee (this is an addition to the CSDCAS fee) which can be submitted on our site https://murraystate.edu/admissions/GraduateStudents.aspx.
- Official GRE Test Scores sent directly to Murray State University (use #1494)
CSDCAS Customer Service information
- Customer Service is available Monday thru Friday from 9:00AM to 5:00PM EST Phone –
- CSDCAS Applicant Portal Link
The applicant portal for Murray State will open back up July 15, 2020. The link to the portal is: portal.csdcas.org
- CSDCAS Address
All official transcripts MUST be sent to CSDCAS at the address below:
CSDCAS Verification Department
P.O. Box 9113
Watertown, MA 02471
- CSDCAS Application Deadlines
Application deadline was January 15, 2020. If an applicant does not submit their online application prior to the deadline, they are no longer able to apply to our program and it is the applicant's responsibility to meet the deadline requirements.
- GRE Code
Murray State's code 1494.
Admission Information For Non-English Speakers
Students who are not native speakers of English must demonstrate competence in written and spoken English. This can be done by submitting a satisfactory score on the GRE as well as the TOEFL or IELTS, taken within one year of the date of application. The Graduate Program in Speech-Language Pathology requires a minimum score of 114 on the internet-based TOEFL (ibT) with no band less than 22 on Reading and Listening, 26 on Speaking, and 24 on Writing.
An overall score of 8 is required on the IELTS with no band less than 7.0. The TOEFL or IELTS scores must be on file in the Graduate School prior to receipt of the application for graduate study.