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Through its Office of National Outreach, Gallaudet University brings its wealth of resources, services and programs to deaf people, families, and professionals around the country. Whether it’s through one of our regional centers or our very popular youth programs such as the Academic Bowl or the Battle of the Books, the Office of National Outreach has something for everyone.
The Office of National Outreach has two major components:
Regional centers include:
The Youth Programs component provides opportunities for middle and high school students to connect with each other, pursue academic challenges, and experience personal and academic development. The Youth Programs accomplish this through its regional and national Academic Bowl competitions, and national Battle of the Books competition. Also offered are summer learning experiences for high school students.
We are always happy to talk with you. Contact us with any questions.
Printable Map (PDF) Through partnerships with host institutions, the outreach services of the Gallaudet University Regional Centers include: Dissemination of resources from Gallaudet University, Laurent Clerc National Deaf Education Center and regional networks. Development, provision, or support of educational transition, Early Intervention, and topic-specific training...
1972: Gallaudet College establishes the College for Continuing Education (CCE) under the Division of Public Services and hires Dr. Thomas A. Mayes as Dean of CCE. The development of Gallaudet's outreach programs are designed to serve the nation via community, continuing, professional and family education...
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Gallaudet University, chartered in 1864, is a private university for deaf and hard of hearing students.
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