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Student Center Programs and Services (SCPS) is committed to providing a student-centered, co-curricular environment designed to foster experiential learning to augment the academic experience. The departments of SCPS, including Health and Wellness Programs, Student Accountability and Restorative Practices, and the Office of Campus Ministries, implement and support student-centered programs and services aimed at enhancing the student experience and preparing students to become engaged global citizens and leaders.
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Off-Campus Living: Being a Good Neighbor Tips on living peacefully with your neighbors and hosting successful parties The neighborhood outside of Gallaudet includes a wide variety of people living in close proximity to each other, probably like your neighborhood at home – senior citizens, young...
OFF-CAMPUS HOUSING IN EIGHT EASY STEPS Step One: Begin with broad options and narrow down as you go. Step Two: Prioritize what type of housing you want to live in Apartment/Condo Duplex/Multiplex – two or multiple levels Townhouse/House Room & Board – live in a...
revised August 2014 Preamble Gallaudet University recognizes the importance of a diversity of religions or faiths on the overall spiritual development and educational experience of students. The Office of Campus Ministries (OCM), a unit under Student Affairs, exists to serve and minister to the entire...
At one time or another, everyone feels depressed or upset. However, there are three levels of distress which, when present over a period of time, suggest that the problems are more than the 'normal' reactions to life stressors. Distress Although not disruptive to others in...
In the Classroom Create opportunities for connections in your classroom and work to engage the withdrawn or socially isolated student. Phrase feedback positively whenever possible. During critiques, emphasize the purpose, process and benefit of them. Seek to normalize the experience by using examples, such as...
Commit two consecutive semesters to the PHA program. Have and maintain a semester and cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 2.8 or above. Be and remain a full-time undergraduate student (registered for at least 12 undergraduate credits during both the Fall and Spring semesters.) Attend...
Develop and conduct scheduled programs and educational sessions throughout the year, as well as at the request of faculty, other paraprofessional programs, athletic teams, student organizations, and other student groups. Promote HIV testing at weekly Deaf AIDS Project's booths. Co-coordinate one or more special events...
Treat information from students with complete confidentiality. Possess a working knowledge of campus resources and services, and refer students as appropriate. Expand knowledge of local community resources for appropriate referrals as needed. Be available as a resource to students during regular office hours. Meet individually...
By deciding to attend Gallaudet it is clear that you intend to get an education so you can advance further in your life professionally, or maybe you want to deepen your knowledge on a certain subject. Most likely you are attending Gallaudet University because you...
The U.S. Fire Administration, part of the Federal Emergency Management Agency, recommends taking the following steps to keep safe if you live and/or work in a high-rise building. NEVER lock or obstruct a fire exit, doorways, halls, or stairways. Fire doors provide a safe way...
In the United States, more than 4,000 people die and 25,000 are injured every year in fires. Many of these casualties occur in the home. Often, surviving a fire is not a question of luck, but of planning ahead. The U.S. Fire Administration, part of...
Consider these questions before signing a rental agreement: Are smoke alarms installed, and do they work? How old are the smoke alarms? How often are the smoke alarms checked and batteries changed? Are there at least two ways to exit your living space and building?...
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Studio, 1-, 2-, 3-, or 4-bedroom apartment Apartment in a private home Room in a shared or private home Within walking distance On a Gallaudet shuttle route On a Metro bus/rail route Using carpool or vanpool Near a shopping center or job site Furnished or...
Before you sign a rental agreement, you should make sure you have read the agreement thoroughly and you understand the responsibilities involved with the terms mentioned below. You should also make sure these terms are clearly identified in your lease and compare any lease you...
A person with a disability is defined as any person who: has a physical or mental impairment that substantially limits one or more of such person's major life functions; has a record of such impairment; or is regarded as having such impairment The Fair Housing...
Your landlord must fit deadbolt locks on all exterior doors If you would like any additional security, such as an alarm, additional lighting, window bars or similar, talk with your landlord. You may be responsible for the cost of these upgrades. Talk to current residents...
When you are looking for off-campus housing, consider the following questions so you can be confident your new accommodation is safe and secure. Are the buildings and grounds well maintained? Are the entryways, sidewalks, and parking areas well lighted? Are entryways visible from the street?...
Living with someone is a great way to gain independence and even to make friends for life, but it can also be difficult, especially if you've never had to share living space before. By communicating effectively with your roommate(s), you can avoid unnecessary conflict and...
The image on the right shows the floor plan, or map of each floor in Union Station on the right side. To the left are the stores and restaurants, grouped by specialty or product type. Visit Union Station's online directory for a more interactive experience.
The Commuter Lounge, in the basement of Ely Center, is one of the favorite on-campus hangouts for commuter students. Opened in the Fall of 1995, it offers a variety of amenities such as a place to rest, to watch TV, and to work at the...
We can be reached through the linked form. The following houses of worship offer American Sign Language (ASL) and interpreted religious services Greater Mt. Nebo AME Church, Bowie, MD Citadel of Restoration, Beltsville, MD Greater Morning Star Apostolic Ministries, Largo, MD Greater Mount Calvary Holy...
To learn more about Health and Wellness events and programs, to partner with us, or to suggest other programming, please contact us.
These links can help you in learning more about various health topics. Please note that this list is not comprehensive of all resources, nor does the Health and Wellness Programs endorse organizations. For any suggestions, questions, or comments on these resources, please reach out to...
Check out the list of food pantries organized by state below. AK State Wide, Southeast Alaska, Fairbanks, Wasilla, Kenai Peninsula AL State Wide, East Alabama, North Alabama, West Alabama, Montgomery, Selma AR State Wide, River Valley Regional, Harvest Regional, Northeast Arkansas, North Central Arkansas, Northwest...
Location: Ely 103 Time: Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays 12-2 pm or by appointment Short on food? Hungry? Finding you can’t get through the day with enough food? Having trouble affording toiletries? Come from a warm state and freezing in DC’s cold winters? Gallaudet student? If...
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