The SLP Program and University Credentialing office will provide information to you
during your last semester to assist you in 1) applying for CFY status that leads to
your national Certificate of Clinical Competence (CCC), 2) temporary SLP state licensure,
and 3) preliminary credentialing for the state of California. For more details about
other state requirements, please view the State by State list for SLP licensure.
For a credential to work in a school setting outside of California, the California
Commission on Teacher Credentialing (CTC) offers links to educational organizations in other states. Please note that employers may have different licensure and credentialing requirements