How to Apply

Applicants for the doctor of audiology program at Pacific University use the Communication Sciences and Disorders Centralized Application Service. By using CSDCAS, prospective students will create one primary application that can easily be sent electronically to Pacific University’s School of Audiology as a participating AuD program. 

In addition to the universal CSDCAS application, the Pacific University School of Audiology also requires a supplemental application (pdf). The Audiology Admissions Committee greatly values the information provided within the supplemental application. Your essay responses provide us with the opportunity to get to know you, and determine your potential fit with our program.

Your application for admission to Pacific University School of Audiology will not be moved forward for review by the Audiology Admissions Committee until both the CSDCAS application and Pacific University Supplemental Application have been received.

Application Deadlines

The Pacific University Supplemental Application must be post-marked by the final application deadline, Jan. 15, 2015. 

Completed supplemental applications and application fee can be mailed to:

Office of Graduate & Professional Admissions
Pacific University
190 SE 8th Avenue, Suite 181
Hillsboro, OR 97123

Your CSDCAS application also needs to be e-submitted to CSDCAS, via their online application portal (not to Pacific University) by Jan. 15, 2015, in order to meet the final application deadline.

Pacific University assumes no responsibility for materials not received by CSDCAS, so it is important to check your CSDCAS account regularly to ensure that application items are received in a timely manner.

Note that it can take four to six weeks to receive the application and supporting documents from CSDCAS so please submit your letters of reference and transcripts to CSDCAS early! 

Important Licensing Information

All U.S. states, the District of Columbia, and the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico require licensure or other registration to practice audiology. A felony or misdemeanor conviction may affect a graduate's ability to attain licensure or professional certification in audiology. Students are urged to contact the appropriate state licensing or professional certification agency for further information.