Loyola University Maryland

Department of Speech-Language-Hearing Sciences

Accepted Students

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

To Do Now:

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

  • Accept your offer of admission by submitting the form linked in your admission letter.
  • 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.  
  • Complete a criminal background check following these guidelines. The results will automatically be sent to Loyola. 
  • Review Program Fact Sheet

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
  • Complete and return Proof of Immunization form to Ms. Emilie Aguilar


  • Your $500 deposit will be credited to your first semester's tuition.
  • Tuition rates are published here
  • You will also pay a one-time technology fee of $195 at the beginning of the program. This covers the cost of the SimuCase and Typhon software.
  • View information about Graduate Assistantships . Applications may be accepted after the deadline and placed on a waitlist.


Ms. Emilie Aguilar
Director of Program Operations, Graduate Program
Columbia Campus
8890 McGaw Road
Columbia, MD  21045
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

Maria Mitidieri

Maria Mitidieri

Maria’s volunteer and travel experiences at Loyola inspired her career as a bilingual speech-language pathologist

Speech-Language Pathology, Spanish