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  • Welcome to the Board of Examiners for Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology
    Oregon Board of Examiners for SLP and Audiology
    The Board of Examiners for Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology was established in 1973 to license and regulate the performance of speech-language pathologists and audiologists for consumer protection.
    LICENSE RENEWALS MUST BE COMPLETED BY DECEMBER 31, 2015 – Click on Banner Below to Renew 
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RENEW Your SLP, SLPA, or Audiology License
The deadline to renew is December 31st, 2015. Please make sure your contact information is accurate so you receive your renewal notice in a timely manner.
For Step-By-Step Instructions see our Fall 2015 Newsletter - All About The Renewal Process
Make sure your Professional Development will apply towards your license renewal by going to our PD page. Submitting a renewal with insufficient PD will cause your renewal to be incomplete and a delinquent fee will be charged. If your renewal is submitted late and/or you are selected for PD audit, this can result in multiple fees.
If you were just licensed in 2014-15, the amount of professional development due depends on your initial license date. If you had a Conditional License, it is the effective date you upgraded to a full SLP license.  
For all others, the full professional development requirement is 30 hours for SLPs & Auds and 15 hours for SLPAs.
The renewal fee is $210 for SLPs & Auds and $65 for SLPAs.

Applying for an Initial SLP, SLPA, or Audiology License

Beginning June 1st, 2015 the Board will conduct a background check on all applicants for licensure. All applications will include the requirement to submit digital fingerprints through FieldPrint, Inc. The digitally captured fingerprints will be transmitted to the Oregon State Police and FBI. Instructions can be found on Supplement 2 of our applications.
You can find our applications on our Forms page. You must submit the application with the application fee of $75. Including the license fee for your respective license can help speed the processing of the application. Transcripts, verification of your ASHA CCCs, and verifications of any license you have ever held, must come directly from the issuing institution. These documents can be sent prior to application and requesting them early can help speed the application process.


Next Board Meeting 
The Board will be holding its next meeting Friday, February 5th, 2016
Upcoming Office Closures  
The Board office will be closed for the upcoming holidays listed below: 
- November 11th - Veterans Day
- November 26th-27th - Thanksgiving Day
- December 25th - Christmas Day