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Center for Continuing Education
Kendall Hall 101
Not everyone moves through formal education in the same way – and that’s OK!
That’s why we offer ways to earn professional studies and continuing education (non-degree) credits and certificates.
Access a variety of workshops, outreach programs, courses, and webinars year-round. All of our programming is tailored for deaf and hard of hearing individuals and their families. Our learning opportunities include non-degree credit offerings and are delivered in a bilingual (ASL/English) learning environment. Programs are offered via traditional and hybrid classroom settings and online learning.
Request more information from us here.
Graduate, undergraduate, and professional studies courses and certificate programs offered year round
Online courses offer the option to study anytime, anywhere, to gain skills or earn a degree
Workshops and webinars to serve deaf and hard of hearing community members
Professional Studies and Training (PST) courses are offered for non-degree credit by the Center for Continuing Education. The courses are open to anyone who is qualified to do college-level work. Adults with a high school diploma or its equivalent and visiting students from other colleges may enroll in PST courses. Applicants under age 18 must provide proof of graduation on a high school transcript or a GED certificate.
Students seeking degrees from other universities or colleges who are interested in taking just one or two online courses can apply as a non-degree student at the GU undergraduate admission website or as a graduate special student at Graduate Admissions. Students may also apply through...
Instructions for CCE students to earn RID CEUs. RID maintains a list of 120 CMP/ACET sponsors nationwide. Some organizations offer free or reduced-cost processing for their members. A list of approved sponsors can be found at RID Sponsors. If you would like Gallaudet to process...
Application Fee Refund Policy A course may be dropped through the first day of class by submitting an ADD/DROP form. Courses which are dropped will not show up on your transcript. Failure to formally drop a course will result in a final grade of 'F'....
If you are a new applicant, you must first create an application account. Please fill out the required information to create your account. Once you create your account, an email will be sent to the email address you provided. Log‐in to your email and locate...
Welcome Students, We are excited that you chose CCE for your continuing education journey! As a new or returning student, you will need to activate your Gallaudet email account to access your email, Bison, and Blackboard. The following information below is designed to assist you...
Airport transportation The Washington, DC area is served by three different airports. Some airlines may offer better prices at one airport than another. You may also find direct flights from one airport and not from another. Here is a summary of some of the differences...
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