For consideration to the program all admissions materials must be received by the university. Applications will be reviewed based on availability in the program and the program's admissions committee will rank eligible candidates for a limited number of admissions. To be eligible for consideration, applicants must meet the following requirements.
GVSU organizes its applications by admission date. An applicant may choose to begin either Fall or Winter admission, based on preference to begin the program. If a candidate applies to begin in one semester and is not granted admission, the applicant can reactivate his/her application for the next semester admission consideration by notifying the Admissions Office; there is not an additional application fee for those who reactivate their application for the next admission semester.
Students applying for admission to the M.S. program in Speech-Language Pathology should be aware that some of the clinical placement sites in which students are required to complete for graduation will require the student to produce a current criminal records check. It is the student's responsibility to arrange for the check, to keep it current in order to comply with the requirements of the various clinical sites, and to advise the university and program if the status of the student's criminal record changes at any time during the student's program of study.