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COVID-19: News and Campus Updates | Fall 2021 Plans

In light of Campus closure regarding COVID-19, employees in the college of Education and Behavioral Sciences are working remotely and faculty are teaching classes virtually in an effort to best support our campus community. We ask for your patience as some services may be limited and response time may increase. We appreciate your understanding as we prioritize health and safety. Updates will be published to UNC's COVID-19 information page as the situation develops.

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

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  • ASL Retro-Credit

    The Department of ASL & Interpreting Studies recognizes that UNC students come from various backgrounds and learning experiences that may not be on an official college transcript; including high school classes, ASL community classes, and personal experience in the Deaf Community.

    For this reason, students who demonstrate a higher level of ASL proficiency (beyond ASL 101), but do not have ASL courses on their transcript will be provided the opportunity to receive retroactive course credit.

    A student seeking placement in ASL courses beyond ASL 101 may earn retroactive credit by:

    1. Completing a placement screening with a faculty member in the ASL & Interpreting Studies Department.

    2. Earning a “B” (3.0) or higher in the student’s first UNC course taken above ASL 101. If a student screens into:

    • ASL 102 (ASL II) course earns 3 retroactive credits plus 3 course credits for a total of 6 credits.
    • ASL 201 (ASL III) course earns 6 retroactive credits plus 3 course credits for a total of 9 credits.
    • ASL 202 (ASL IV) course earns 9 retroactive credits plus 3 course credits for a total of 12 credits.
    • INTR 101 (ASL V) course earns 12 retroactive credits plus 3 course credits for a total of 15 credits.
    • INTR 102 (ASL VI) course earns 15 retroactive credits plus 3 course credits for a total of 18 credits.

    3. Submitting a retroactive petition form to the Office of the Registrar (available at the ASL & Interpreting Studies Department office in McKee 114).

  • Course Descriptions
  • Liberal Arts Core (LAC) & Transferology

    The state of Colorado requires students to complete at least 40 credit hours of Liberal Arts Core (LAC) classes or general education. The following is a checklist to help you in determining which classes to complete. * NOTE: Fall 2021 Liberal Arts Core required credits will be 31 credit hours. 

    If you are a transfer student or seeking to transfer credit from another college or university, Transferology is a program on the UNC website that helps you find out if your coursework will transfer to UNC.

  • Major/Minor Change Form

    Major/Minor Change Form

    Please note:

    • Your advisor is Kate Beilmann.
    • An electronic signature will not be accepted by the Registrar's Office
    • Forms must be sent as a PDF to Kate Beilmann - Kate.Beilmann@unco.edu to obtain ASLIS Department signature. The forms will then be faxed from the Department to the Office of the Registrar.
  • Degree Plans

    2021 ASLEI-BA Program Degree Plan

    The following are ASLEI degree plans for those starting the ASLEI-BA program prior to fall 2021. 

    ASLEI: Community Interpreting Degree Plan
    ASLEI: Educational Interpreting Degree Plan

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  • Extended Campus

     On the Extended Campus website, off-campus or online students can locate the CRN numbers of classes and sample syllabi. Please note the updated final version of the syllabus will be located in the Canvas class.