Loyola University Maryland

Department of Speech-Language-Hearing Sciences

Accepted Students

Congratulations, Class of 2023! We are pleased that you have been accepted to Loyola’s graduate program in Speech-Language Pathology!

Save the Date: Accepted Student Reception

Please save the date of April 10, 2021 from 10-12pm for our virtual Accepted Student Reception and register here to attend. Please note that only accepted students may attend this event.

You may also watch a virtual tour of the Belvedere Clinical Center or Columbia Clinical Center. There is also a virtual tour of the Graduate Campuses and Graduate Student Services available to all graduate students. Please note that as of now, due to COVID-19 restrictions, we are not able to invite guests to tour our Timonium Graduate Center or Loyola Clinical Centers locations.

To Do Now:

To secure your place in the program, please complete the following items no later than the date listed in your acceptance letter:

  1. Accept your offer of admission by signing in through the Loyola Application Portal (login information to be sent via email)
  2. Submit your non-refundable enrollment deposit of $500 by using the link on your status page that you will see after accepting the offer of admission.  
  3. Complete a criminal background check through Castlebranch (code LO14bg, $23). The results will automatically be sent to Loyola. 
  4. Review our Program Fact Sheet
  5. Celebrate, as you're now officially part of Loyola's Class of 2023!!

For Later:

You will need to complete the following by July 31:

  • Send an official transcript(s) to Ms. Emilie Aguilar (contact info below) showing:
    • (1) a conferred bachelor’s level degree,
    • (2) all relevant CSD/SLP coursework, and
    • (3) prerequisite coursework in statistics, social sciences, biology, and physical sciences
  • Send an official transcript(s) to The Office of Graduate Admission (contact info below) showing:
    • (1) a conferred bachelor’s level degree
  • Send proof of 25 observation hours to Ms. Emilie Aguilar (documentation signed by an ASHA certified supervisor)
     
  • Complete and return Proof of Immunization form to Ms. Emilie Aguilar (please note you do NOT need to get a TB test)

Tuition:

Housing:

As you will have read in the Program Fact Sheet, students will have classes all day on Mondays and clinical placements Tuesdays-Fridays. For both years of the program, your Monday classes will be held at the Timonium Graduate Center (2034 Greenspring Dr, Timonium, MD  21093). In the first-year, clinical placements will be at both the Columbia Loyola Clinical Centers (8890 McGaw Road, Columbia, MD  21045) and the Belvedere Loyola Clinical Centers (5911 York Road, Baltimore, MD  21212). In the second year, your clinical placements will typically be at an externship location within the Greater Baltimore-Washington Metropolitan area.

Here is a list of housing options where SLP students have lived and recommend. Loyola also offers a website with information on graduate housing. Most students opt to live in and around Baltimore (Fells Point, Federal Hill, Canton, Towson) while others choose to live in Columbia. If you have questions, please feel free to network with other accepted students or contact Ms. Emilie Aguilar. 

University Resources:

The Graduate Student Services website has an 'online graduate orientation' featuring university-wide FAQs for grad students

To note for post-graduation: 

Clinical Fellowship Year and Beyond

  • Please note that while the master's program is fully accredited, you should verify your state's licensure requirements by visiting your state's licensure board. The link above provides ASHA's state-by-state licensure trends as well.

Ms. Emilie Aguilar
Director of Program Operations, Graduate Program
ejaguilar@loyola.edu (preferred method of contact)
Phone: 410-617-7650
Fax: 410-617-7737

Office of Graduate Admission
Timonium Graduate Center
2034 Greenspring Drive
Timonium, MD 21093
graduate@loyola.edu
410-617-5020

Fergie
Alumni

Fergie Cantos

Fergie recognizes a need for bilingual speech therapy and is eager to serve a Spanish-speaking population

Speech-Language Pathology