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ASL & Interpreting Studies

Preparing culturally and linguistically competent interpreters, teachers, and users of American Sign Language is the mission of UNC's Department of ASL & Interpreting Studies (ASLIS).

The ASLIS programs offer highly regarded curricula with input from national experts, taught by nationally recognized instructional staff, and offered through multiple delivery methods.

Contact Us

McKee Hall 525 (Box 106)
Greeley, CO 80639

Phone: 970-351-1075

Office Hours

8:00-4:00 Mountain M-F

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Explore ASLIS Academic Programs

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ASL Courses

Develop your ASL and knowledge of Deaf Culture

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ASL-English Interpretation (B.A.)

Learn to interpret between various users of ASL and English

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Expand your fluency in ASL and knowledge of Deaf Culture

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Teaching ASL (M.A.)

Learn to teach ASL as a foreign/modern language

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News & Announcements

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2024 Honor Students IN the ASLEI Program

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Avery Kovacs

Avery is a committed student. She entered the ASLEI program with little knowledge of the Deaf community or the language of ASL, and over her academic years in the program, Avery has demonstrated great composure and professionalism. She is dedicated to her studies and seeks out opportunities to develop her knowledge and skill set outside of the classroom. 

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Gwen Lee

Gwen is a stellar student who has consistently received notable feedback about her quality work, high degree of reflective practice, and outstanding disposition. She is known for going above and beyond on her assignments, not just for the grade, but for knowing that the skills and knowledge she has established now will help her be more competent in the workplace. Gwen is also an OSEP scholar completing coursework in the Preparing School Interpreters program.