Student Resources and Policies


Student Resources

Academic Policies, Procedures, and Requirements 

Student Rights and Policies, including Academic Dishonesty Policy

  • Academic Dishonesty Policy: Sections 5 and 6 

Code of Student Conduct

School of Medicine Dismissal Policy

Council on Academic Accreditation Complaint Form

Career Development Center

Campus Health Services

  • Health Sciences Center, located in HCOC: 401 East Chestnut Street, Suite 110
    • Phone: 502-852-6446
  • Belknap Campus, located in Cardinal Station: 215 Central Avenue, Suite 110
    • Phone: 502-852-6479
Counseling Center - HSC Campus
  • Health Sciences Center, located in the A Building on the 2nd floor with Medical Student Affairs, room 208
    • Dr. Quinn Chipley,
    • Phone: 502-852-0996
Counseling Center - Belknap Campus
  • Student Health and Counseling Building, 2207 South Brook Street
    • Phone: 502-852-6585
  • Ambulatory Care Building, 550 South Jackson Street
    • Phone: 502-561-8844

Cultural Center

LGBT Center - HSC Campus

School of Interdisciplinary and Graduate Studies (SIGS) PLAN

UofL Writing Center


Audiology Policy Manual

Policy Document

Last edited 08/2016, reviewed 07/2018

I. Admissions Policy

Students are admitted to begin in the Fall term only. Criteria for admission to the program includes the following:

  • Completed application form, including application fee
  • Submission of undergraduate grade point average (Minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 to apply)
  • Submission of GRE scores (Minimum cumulative quantitative & verbal score of 300 to apply)
  • Three letters of recommendation from persons familiar with your academic preparation
  • An interview with the admissions committee


We are looking for students who have a passion for audiology.  In a personal statement or during your program interview be prepared to describe your experience with audiology (e.g. observations, shadowing, personal experience) and why you want a future career as an audiologist.


Applications must be completed and received by February 1st


The criteria listed above are program minimums. The Audiology Program adheres to the minimum guidelines for doctoral and master's graduate education at the University of Louisville School of Medicine. Students meeting these criteria are not guaranteed admission. The program in Audiology adheres to the Essential Functions policy for all students (see below). Interviews and campus tours are generally scheduled for February with admissions decisions completed soon thereafter. Applications should be completed on-line.


We welcome all applicants. Please call us at 502-852-5274 or contact us online for more information.


Suggested Coursework

Students who apply to our program who do not have an undergraduate degree in Communicative Disorders (or Speech and Hearing Sciences) are encouraged to apply. Undergraduate coursework in the following areas is useful for success in our program:

  • Life Sciences - which may include Human Anatomy, Physiology, Neuroanatomy, Neurophysiology, Genetics
  • Physics of sound
  • Behavioral Sciences - which may include Psychology, Sociology, Anthropology
  • Mathematics - which may include trigonometry or Statistics

II. Clinic Prerequisites

The student must have current CPR certification, malpractice insurance, HIPAA training (both clinical and research) and a TB test on file before being allowed to see patients in the clinic.  If any of the above expires and the student does not provide evidence of renewal, (s)he will be suspended from patient care activities until evidence of currency is provided.  If suspended, students will not be allowed to count any clinical hours during that time.  This may affect the grade assigned for that rotation.  Note: Some clinic sites might require additional vaccinations or training. Consult your supervisor.

The University of Louisville requires you submit a form documenting your immunizations. See Health Professional Student Immunization Requirements to obtain immunization form ("Immunization Tracking Form").