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The Graduate School

Speech Language Pathology

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The Graduate School

McKelvie Hall
102 West Rosedale Avenue
West Chester, PA 19383

Fax: 610-436-2763

Hours: Monday - Friday 8:00am-4:30pm

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Speech Language Pathology


  • M.A. Speech Language Pathology

Application Process

Applications to WCU's SLP graduate program are managed through the Communication Sciences and Disorders Centralized Application Service (CSDCAS). Please see below for information about CSDCAS:

1. CSDCAS Customer Service Information

Customer Service is available Monday through Friday from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm EST.

Phone (617) 612-2030


2. CSDCAS Applicant Portal Link

The applicant portal link will not open until the middle of September.

The link to the portal is

3. CSDCAS address

All official transcripts MUST be sent to CSDCAS at the address below:

CSDCAS Verification Department

PO Box 9113

Watertown, MA 02471

4. CSDCAS Application Deadlines

All application materials must have been received by CSDCAS by January 15th. It is each applicant's responsibility to see to it that the January 15th deadline is met. Materials received later than January 15th will not be considered, and incomplete applications will not be processed.

5. GRE Code

Please provide ETS with the CSDCAS GRE Institution code unique to West Chester University's SLP graduate program. This code is 7710

Required Application Materials

This following materials must be submitted to the CSDCAS portal:

  • Official undergraduate transcripts
  • Graduate Record Examination (GRE) scores. Please see below for the average GRE scores earned by students admitted to WCU's program during the previous year. The GRE exam can be scheduled through the Educational Testing Service (ETS) at
  • A 500-word essay (personal statement) describing future goals and how West Chester University can assist in achieving these goals.
  • A "Structured Vita" formatted according to the instructions provided on the Structured Vita instructions available at this link -> Structured Vita Instructions
  • Two letters of recommendation

Additional Information for International Applicants

  • Foreign transcript evaluation must be completed by a National Association of Credential Evaluation Services (NACES) member evaluation service like World Education Services (WES). A listing of NACES member evaluators may be obtained at this link -> NACES member evaluators
  • All applicants must demonstrate a reasonable degree of English speech and language proficiency. This may be measured by a written essay and/or personal interview. (This requirement specifically addresses applicants whose dominant language may not be English.)
  • Applicants who accept an invitation to WCU's graduate program will be required to provide documentation of 25 clinical observation hours prior to the first semester of classes.

Contact for More Information

Mareile Koenig, Ph.D. ,Graduate Program Coordinator

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