Compact Privilege Status Update

Compact Privilege to Practice Status Update

Thank you for your interest in the Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology Interstate Compact!

In order to practice through the compact, practitioners need a privilege to practice. Once the Commission data system is developed and the member states are fully integrated in the compact’s data system, compact privileges to practice will come available. We currently anticipate that applications for compact privileges will open in late 2024 – early 2025. Once finished, applications will be available for professionals.

Where can I find the application when it is available?

  • This website ( will have links to the application when it becomes available. Information also is provided through the compact mailing list, which you can sign up for here.

What information will the application require?

  • Each practitioner will need to provide basic identifying information, such as a National Practitioner Identification Number or Social Security Number and proof of licensure in their home state.

What is the application fee?

  • The fee for a privilege will be decided by each state in the coming months.

What can I do in the meantime?

  • Ensure your license remains up to date and in good standing in your home state.
  • Determine whether the state in which you would like to obtain a compact privilege is a member of the compact and prepare accordingly.
  • If a compact state requires a jurisprudence exam, practitioners are required to take that exam, even if they plan to practice in that state via the compact.
  • If your home state and/or a state in which you would like to obtain a compact privilege is not a member of the compact, work with the state audiology and speech-language pathology association to advocate for the compact to be enacted in the state.
  • If a state in which you would like to obtain a license is not a member of the compact, you may still be able to obtain a license in that state through that state‚Äôs standard licensure process.
  • Continue checking this website for updates or join the compact mailing list here.
  • Read the FAQ page for answers to any other questions.