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American Sign Language Information Session

Many people have been curious about ASL, so we've setup this information session as a way for students to gain a "hands on" experience about the Deaf culture and the language prior to registration. Anyone interested is welcome!

This session will be put on by students already in the ASL program, so come with your questions and relax.

When: March 18, 2014 (3-4pm)

Where: Tate Page Hall, Room 106

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Newsletter (May 2016)

The monthly ASLS newsletter has been posted. Check out what the program has been doing, and what is to come!

Newsletter (April 2016)

The monthly ASLS newsletter has been posted. Check out what the program has been doing, and what is to come!

Newsletter (March 2016)

The monthly ASLS newsletter has been posted. Check out what the program has been doing, and what is to come!

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Mentioned twice in one week by The Herald

ASL Studies and the ASL Organization were both mentioned, twice, in The Herald this week!

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