Official Transcripts for AuD or Master’s Degree
may send these in if they are in a sealed envelope from the university;
otherwise they need to come from the university to us.
you earned an AuD from an ASHA-accredited school, then we will need an official
transcript and a copy of your Audiology Praxis test report showing a passing
you completed your Audiology training prior to August 1, 2007, your transcript
must document that you earned a Master’s degree from an ASHA-accredited program
with at least 75 semester credits in Audiology.
In addition, you will need to submit documentation of your successful
completion of post-graduate supervised clinical experience (currently 1,820
hours), and a passing score on your Praxis exam.
your graduate program was not ASHA-accredited at the time you earned your
degree, we will need you to supply documentation of your clinical practicum
hours, and may require additional information about coursework and other
ASHA CCC’s (Certificate of Clinical Competence) or ABA Certification- You need to request verification from ASHA/ABA. We will accept verifications faxed from ASHA/ABA
Passing Praxis Exam Report - You must select our Board as a recipient (#8699).
Professional Development (PD)
are two options for professional development (see Supplement 1 of the license
If you have completed your graduate program or clinical fellowship within the
12 months preceding the date you apply:
No professional development hours are needed; check this box and sign
and date the bottom of the page. You do
not need to fill in the grid to report PD hours.
If you have completed your graduate program or clinical fellowship more than 12
months preceding the date you apply you must submit 15 hours (7.5 for SLPA's)
completed within the 12 months preceding the date you apply: Complete the
reporting form, and be sure to include copies of your certificates of
attendance for all activities you report. Read our professional development
page for more information on acceptable professional development.
Verification of Good Standing From Other Licensing Bodies
need to have a letter of good standing from every other state or other
jurisdiction (including Oregon's Teacher Standards and Practices Commission and
other states' educational licensing bodies) in which you have held a
professional license, regardless of how long ago it was. This verification must come from the
jurisdiction to us; the Board does not accept information in on-line
directories. If the state does not hold
a record of your licensure anymore, we will accept a letter from them stating
Complete Background Check
background check must be completed with every application by our agency. The
prints must be taken through Fieldprint, Inc. See the application for submission