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Start learning ASL today
Gallaudet University’s ASL Connect program has the online courses you needto help you communicate with the diverse Deaf people around you.
We offer for-credit, online ASL courses as well as in-person Summer courses. Both introductory and advanced courses are available. Check out all of the engaging and interactive features we offer when you sign up for one of our courses.
The sessions are intended to reinforce students’ ASL development by interacting with our language mentors thereby immersing students in ASL. All sessions are tied to their respective ASL course. Sign up for an ASL course to experience our language sessions!
Our newest program, Virtual Immersion, Best Experience! VIBE! lets you participate in language-rich social events like ASL-related games, guest speakers, and connections with instructors, teacher assistants, and peers. Register for any of our ASL courses and you will have the option to join a VIBE event.
(In-Person) Come to Gallaudet University in Washington, D.C. to immerse yourself in ASL while taking courses on campus at the world’s only university for Deaf and Hard of Hearing students.
Looking to learn Basic Signs?Start learning free, basic ASL vocabulary with our fun videos, which are organized by topic.
These “anytime, anywhere” learning ASL opportunities allow you to engage at a distance–learning whenever and wherever you choose. Even if you are at a different school to take advantage of these extraordinary ASL courses.
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