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Hearing, Speech, and Language Sciences
Our Hearing, Speech, and Language Sciences programs provide students with a base in speech-language-hearing development, differences, and disorders with an emphasis on the communication needs of de...
Sexuality and Gender Studies
Sexuality and Gender Studies focuses on issues salient to the complex communities of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, questioning, intersex, ally, asexual, and other identities that revo...
Early Intervention Studies Graduate Programs
The Early Intervention Studies (formerly known as Deaf and Hard of Hearing Infants, Toddlers and their Families: Collaboration and Leadership) Graduate Programs consist of two hybrid programs (onli...
Dr. Laura-Ann Pettito, Steering Committee Chair Sorenson Language and Communication Center, Room 1224 Dr. Melissa Herzig, Program Assistant Director Sorenson Language and Communication Center, Roo...
American Sign Language
Our American Sign Language (ASL) programs offer students close collaboration with our outstanding faculty as they are introduced to the concepts woven throughout the Deaf communities, explicitly de...
incoming students are new signers.
of our graduate students are either deaf and hard of hearing or hearing.
of undergraduate students who graduated are either employed or furthering their education.
of undergraduate students received some type of financial aid.
of undergraduate students land internships during college.
of undergraduate students leave with less debt compared to other schools.
less tuition and fees than the national average U.S. university for undergraduate students.
of incoming merit scholarships awarded to undergraduate BIPOC students.
of graduate school alumni are either employed or furthering education.
of graduate school alumni work in fields that support and advance deaf community.
graduate students earned tuition assistance from their program.
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