Educators' Information

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Fall Mailing to Program Directors - 2015

Each fall ASCLS sends a packet of information to program directors at NAACLS-accredited facilities.  On this page are links to items contained in the packet.  Questions?  Contact

Cover Letter for Fall Mailing to Program Directors 2015

Request for CLI Case Studies for the Laboratory Professional

Clinical Laboratory Science editor's letter

Student Scholarship Information

Student Awards

Membership Forms

ASCLS Membership

Click here to join or renew your ASCLS membership.

ASCLS Meetings

2016 Annual Meeting - July 31-August 4, Philadelphia, PA

CLEC 2017
 - February 23-25, Boston, AM
- Information will be available November 2016 on the CLEC website

Legslative Symposium - March 13-14, 2017, Washington, DC

Education Scientific Assembly

Certification Information

Simulated Specimen Formulations

The Simulated Specimen Formulation workbook is a "how to" manual for creating laboratory specimens. 

Click here to download this valuable resource.  Please note that you will only be able to open this workbook as "read only". 

These procedures have been submitted by laboratory educators over many years and is an ongoing project.  If you would like to contribute an idea, please submit your formulation to

Career Recruitment Tool Kit

A collection of recruitment materials and activities that can be used to assist in giving a presentation are found at this valuable online resource.  Other items found in the tool kit are information about the workforce shortage, education programs, certification agencies, and personnel licensure information. 

ascls toolkitCareer Recruitment Tool Kit









DCLS Tool Kit: A Resource for Educators

The purpose of the "DCLS Tool Kit" is to provide information that will assist educators who are in the process of considering and/or planning a DCLS degree program at their institution.  The information presented consists of documents developed by the DCLS Oversight Committee and vetted by ASCLS and/or NAACLS, as well as additional information that can be useful in the new program development process.

Click here to access the toolkit