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Verification of ASHA Certification

During the time the ASHA National Office is closed due to COVID-19 concerns, the Certification Unit will be unable to fulfill requests for rush/overnight verification letters. Please email cccmaintenance@asha.org with questions or concerns.

Online Requests

Verify ASHA Certification

Verification of ASHA certification can now be accomplished online. The online ASHA Certification Verification system is free, and ASHA certificate holders can use it to quickly and easily download and print an official ASHA verification letter for their employers or relevant regulatory agencies.

Employers, state licensure or regulatory agencies, and consumers can also use the ASHA Certification Verification system to search ASHA's list of certificate holders and verify the certification of a third party. If needed, a letter can then be printed to confirm the results of the search.

For each online search, please have one (or both) of the following available:

  • Individual's ASHA account number
  • Individual's first name, last name, city, and state

Verification Letter Requests

Letters verifying current certification can be requested to be mailed to employers, state licensure or regulatory agencies, or individual certificate holders. Verification letters are printed on ASHA letterhead, bear the original signature of the ASHA staff member responsible for issuing the letter, and contain

  • the name of the certificate holder,
  • his or her ASHA account number,
  • the area of certification,
  • the date certification was issued,
  • the valid-through date.

Verification letters are mailed, faxed, or emailed within 3 to 5 days of receipt of the request. To request a verification letter, please provide the ASHA account number of the certificate holder, and the address to which the letter should be mailed or the fax number to which the letter should be sent. Requests may be made by either of the following methods:

  • E-mail: certification@asha.org
  • Phone: Action Center at 800-498-2071, 8:30 a.m.–5:00 p.m. Eastern time (Monday–Friday)

Please note that the National Office cannot provide copies of an individual's documents submitted for certification or information on his or her Praxis examination results used for certification (i.e., date and/or score earned on one or more exams).

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