Admission Deadlines

The schedule of application deadline dates for each department in the College of Allied Health Sciences is shown below.

AuD, Audiology February 1
DPT, Physical Therapy Early deadline: November 1
All applications: November 13
BS, Clinical Laboratory Science February 1
BS, Health Services and Information Management February 1
BS, Rehabilitation Services February 15 (fall semester)
September 15 (spring semester)
MS, Communication Sciences and Disorders January 15
MS, Health Informatics and Information Management May 1 (fall semester)
October 15 (spring semester)
MS, Occupational Therapy January 10
MS, Physician Assistant Studies September 1
MS, Rehabilitation and Career Counseling March 1 (fall semester)
October 1 (spring semester)
MS, Substance Abuse and Clinical Counseling March 1 (fall semester)
October 1 (spring semester)

Students applying for admission to the professional and graduate level programs of the College of Allied Health Sciences must first be fully admitted to the university. Application to the university is a separate process; students should contact the ECU Office of Admissions or the ECU Graduate School for their application materials and procedures. Admission to the university, however, does not guarantee admission to the College of Allied Health Sciences. Students must also complete the application process as specified by the departments prior to the date set by the respective departments.

Since only a limited number of places are available in these programs, students should complete the application process by the date indicated. Notification of acceptance or non-acceptance will be made prior to registration for the succeeding semester and/or summer school term unless otherwise indicated.

Residents of North Carolina will be given preference in admission to all programs of the College of Allied Health Sciences.

We look forward to receiving your application and hope that the ECU College of Allied Health Sciences will play a significant role in helping you achieve your personal and professional goals.

East Carolina University encourages and gives full consideration to all applicants for admissions and financial aid regardless of race, sex, religion, color, national origin, age or handicap. The University is committed to attracting candidates who will help to make the population of health care professionals more representative of the national population.