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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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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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ASL MINOR

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


Dr. Leilani Johnson has been named the 2022 recipient of the Office of Research and Sponsored Programs Outstanding Achievement Award for her record of grant-funded scholarship.

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2022 Honor Students from the ASL-English Interpretation Program

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Ashley Camp

Ashley majors in ASL English Interpretation with an emphasis in educational interpreting. Ashley is an OSEP Scholar committed to working with K-12 students who are deaf and hard of hearing. She is an outstanding student who has shown a strong commitment to the Deaf community in her work and professional activities. She demonstrates collegiality and deftly applies values-based professional decision-making to ethical dilemmas. 

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Sara Mullinax

Sara majors in ASL English Interpretation with an emphasis in community interpreting. She is an extraordinary student who has demonstrated dedication to the growth of interpretation skills across her educational career. She is a talented critical thinker who integrates both theory and skills in her work. She has shown strong leadership skills and will be an asset to the profession.