Welcome current ASLEI students!
Whether pursuing your degree on-campus or online, this is a resource page for students to access important documents, updated Program information, student highlights, and summer logistics!
For any additional Program related questions, please contact Kate Beilmann - Kate.Beilmann@unco.edu
Click on the button below to access the summer logistics with information and resources in preparation for summer 2018.
Congratulations to our 2017 graduates from our ASL-English Interpretation BA Program, as well as our Teaching ASL MA Program! We are proud of your academic accomplishments!
Congratulations Katie Thesing for successfully passing your NIC and acheiving RID certification, less than one year after graduating! We are so proud of you, Katie, and we are celebrating your success!
We received this thoughtful note from Katie Thesing: "After a handful of years away, I was finally able to return to the interpreting field and I knew I had to buckle down and work towards my RID certification. I likely could have qualified for RID's alternative pathway to eligibility, bypassing the Bachelors Degree requirement, but I felt I would be shortchanging myself if I took that route. I had so much room to grow in both my knowledge of the field and my interpreting ability, and I am so thankful I had that realization and enrolled in UNC's ASLEI program. The knowledge and skills I gained from their instructors gave me the tools I needed to earn a 4.2 on my EIPA during my first year at UNC and now as a graduate, successfully pass the NIC exam. Less than one year after graduating the program, I am now RID certified. This opens so many doors for me. The foundation I received through the ASLEI program has not only helped me pass the EIPA and NIC exam, I also have the confidence to navigate my career moving forward. I can't thank the program and it's wonderful instructors enough. I am also incredibly proud of myself for investing in my future through taking the more difficult, but more rewarding path. It wasn't easy, but it was worth it!"