Credit card payment must be remitted at time of renewal application submission.
License Fee Schedule
Annual Renewal Fee
The North Dakota State Board of Examiners on Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology License expires each year on December 31st. Please review the online renewal and correct any inaccurate information, so that our database can be updated with your most current information.
Renewals received after December 31st are subject to a late fee, your status will not be updated until all fees are paid.
All continuing education must be preapproved by the Board, be open to the public and designed to increase competencies in the area you are licensed in. Continuing Education can be obtained by one of the following options:
In-person classes/seminars or
Workshops, seminars or courses will need to include the following:
Proof of attendance for at least ten (10) clock hours of approved continuing education for the year.
Proof of attendance may be a cancelled check, registration receipt, or certificate. (Exception: If you receive your master's degree or higher in the current year, you are not required to provide proof of continuing education units to renew your license.)
Courses that have been preapproved by the board can be found by selecting the following link: Approved Continuing Education List. This list is updated on a regular basis and will reflect the most current approved courses.
If your course is not on the list, please request approval as soon as possible using the Continuing Education Request Form. The completed form must include a brochure and/or course outline as well as proof of attendance. Please note your license renewal cannot be issued until the course is approved by the Board.
**Education approved by ASHA or the American Academy of Audiology (AAA) does not need to be preapproved by the Board. Proof of attendance/completion must show ASHA or AAA approval, number of hours completed, and date of completion (1.0 ASHA CEU is equal to 10 hours of instruction).
Licensure Renewal Card
Once you have submitted your renewal the form will be sent to the board for approval. Once the board has reviewed and approved your renewal you will receive an email letting you know and then you may go to the website and print an updated licensure renewal card for your records. The card will reflect the updated expiration date.
The roster will be updated now real time on the website. You may go online and verify your licensure status and information anytime by visiting the Verifications page.