ASHA members' and volunteers' safety is our top priority, and we're here to help you during this uncertain time. Check for the latest updates and resources, including on telepractice. Please continue to contact the Action Center with any questions. Also note:

  • The ASHA National Office’s all-remote operations status is extended to at least June 12.
  • ASHA travel ban for staff and volunteers is extended to at least July 31 with the continuing proviso to not book any ASHA-related travel past that date for the time being.

Earn ASHA CEUs Through Self-Study

What is a Self-Study?

Self-study CE activities are materials developed for individuals or groups of learners who seek flexibility in the location and scheduling of a course. These self-paced activities offered for a pre-set number of ASHA CEUs may be in the form of video or audiotapes, journals or newsletters, manuals or computer programs, or any combination of these media. Learners must demonstrate satisfactory completion of the learning experience either by exam, completion of an assignment or demonstrated attendance/participation and pay the ASHA CE Registry fee [PDF] before they can earn ASHA CEUs.

    Self-Studies Offered by ASHA Approved CE Providers

    ASHA Approved CE Providers, including ASHA, have a growing selection of self-study products that they offer for ASHA CEUs.

    Go to ASHA CEFind and for format select individual to locate self-study courses currently registered for ASHA CEUs. Contact the Provider directly for details on course content, criteria for earning ASHA CEUs (e.g., passing an exam, completing assignments), and schedule for filing coursework and related documentation.

    See also: ASHA's Comparison of Self-Study and Independent Study

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