The primary criteria for admission to the Doctor of Audiology (AuD) program is the applicant’s apparent ability to progress satisfactorily in the program, as determined by the admissions committee. All application materials are due by January 15th.  The GRE is not required for 2023 admission.


Many applicants to the AuD program hold a Bachelor’s degree in Communicative Disorders or Speech and Hearing Sciences. These applicants have completed basic course sequences in speech and hearing sciences and in behavioral sciences along with significant work in disorders of communication.  They are eligible to apply to the AuD program.  Individuals without undergraduate training in communicative disorders or speech and hearing sciences also are eligible to apply to the AuD program.  For these individuals, if accepted into the program, would work with the AuD advisor on your AuD makeup program to include taking the needed prerequisites in the first and third years.   

Admissions decisions are made during the spring semester for admission the following fall.  For example, admissions decisions will be made during Spring 2022 for admission to the program in Fall 2022.  

Graduate School rules and regulations can be found in the Graduate School Policies and Procedures: A Manual for Graduate Students and Advisors, which can be viewed on the Web at


How to Apply

Apply through CSDCAS Services

1. To apply through the CSDCAS Services, please click HERE. The CSDCAS application portal is now open and accepting applications. 

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


CSDCAS Verification Department
P.O. Box 9113
Watertown, MA 02471

3. The GRE code of University at Buffalo is 0760.

4. Customer Service is available Monday thru Friday from 9:00AM to 5:00PM EST

Phone – (617) 612-2030
E-Mail –

All application materials due by January 15th

Primary Criterion for Admission

  • Overall grade point average
  • Grade point average in the major
  • Three letters of recommendation
  • Personal statement