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.
McKee Hall 525 (Box 106)
Greeley, CO 80639
8:00-4:00 Mountain M-F
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Theo has consistently demonstrated dedication to academic success across all of his courses while being adaptable through challenging situations. He applies critical thinking skills to complex issues, applies skills learned in class, and identifies the needs of others to establish rapport with colleagues that creates successful professional relationships. He will be a wonderful addition to the career of ASL English Interpretation.
Leo has consistently demonstrated high caliber academics through their time in the program. They has persevered with reflective critical thinking and application of both knowledge and skills throughout their coursework. They is committed to becoming a highly qualified interpreter in a variety of settings.