Colorado is one of the most awesome states to live in! We know; we opened an office there. If you want to get a new Colorado SLP license or just renew it, we’ve got you covered. CO has a quick and simple process for getting your SLP license, and with our guide, you’ll be skiing the slopes in no time. If you want additional support throughout the process, please feel free to reach out to us.

Licensure Board Info

Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology Licensing
Office of Audiology and Hearing Aid Provider Licensure 
Colorado Department of Regulatory Agencies
1560 Broadway, Suite 1350 
Denver, CO 80202
Contact: Maulid Miskell, Program Director
Phone: 303-894-7800
Fax: 303-894-7764
Office of Speech-Language Pathology Certification
Department of Regulatory Agencies
1560 Broadway, Suite 1350 
Denver, CO 80202
Contact: Karen McGovern, Program Director
Phone: 303-894-7429
Fax: 303-894-7693

How long to receive your SLP license
2-3 weeks 
2-3 weeks 
0 Weeks
9 Weeks
2-3 weeks | SLPAs do not require licensing.

Speech-language pathologists in Colorado earn a higher than average salary. Add to that the additional earnings that you get from a travel or contract job, and you can really make the most out of living in CO. Not only that, but getting your SLP license in CO is actually a fast process. It only takes a few weeks! Clinical Fellows, you’re in extra luck: entry level jobs are higher than usual in Colorado. If that isn’t sweet enough, we’ll reimburse any licensure fees. What are you waiting for? Get started now!

Average Base Salary for Speech-Language Pathologists in Colorado


Average Annual Base Salary


Average Hourly Rate


Number of Speech-Language Pathologists in Colorado

Salary Range for Speech-Language Pathologists in Colorado


Entry Level Salary


Senior Level Salary

Scale starts at $50,000
Starting Salary $55,240
Median Salary $84,930
High Salary $121,600
Scale ends at $130,000

Data from 2016 Bureau of Labor Statistics

What is the cost of living for Speech-Language Pathologists in Colorado?

Cost of living in different cities.

  1. Boulder, CO +8.9% ⇧ 
    Boulder, CO +8.9% ⇧ 
  2. Denver-Aurora-Broomfield, CO +4.3% ⇧ 
    Denver-Aurora-Broomfield, CO +4.3% ⇧ 
  3. Fort Collins-Loveland, CO +0.3% ⇧ 
    Fort Collins-Loveland, CO +0.3% ⇧ 
  4. Colorado Springs, CO -1.4% ⇩ 
    Colorado Springs, CO -1.4% ⇩ 
  5. Greeley, CO -2.4% ⇩ 
    Greeley, CO -2.4% ⇩ 
  6. Grand Junction, CO -4.9% ⇩ 
    Grand Junction, CO -4.9% ⇩ 
  7. Pueblo, CO -7.6% ⇩ 
    Pueblo, CO -7.6% ⇩ 

What are these numbers? The Regional Price Parity the cost of goods and services in a region in comparison to the national average, which is set at 100. For example New York's RPP is 122.2, meaning that goods there cost 22.2% more than the national average.

Data from 2015 Bureau of Labor Statistics