ASLEI Summer Logistics 2018
Summer's accelerated hybrid approach consists of two weeks online (June) plus a four week residential summer session in Greeley, Colorado (July). You will take 6-7 credits providing intensive language, knowledge, and/or interpreting preparation. While on campus during the summer semester, you will be in face-to-face classes approximately 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM on weekdays with daily and weekend assignments.
During the summer session, the Department of ASL & Interpreting Studies brings together the ASLEI program (on campus and online) and the Teaching ASL Masters program to create a learning community of Deaf and hearing students.
Summer semesters are required of all ASLEI students (on campus and online) as summer courses are the foundation to the following fall and spring courses.
Summer Information & Resources
March 12-May 15
Reserve your room in North Hall
Access the registration link here.
Summer session - Online
These dates are Wednesday to Wednesday.
Last day to submit full room payment
North Hall check-in
North Hall will be open for check-in after noon on Saturday, June 23rd. Arrive no later than noon on Sunday, June 24th.
Summer student orientation
Required for all ASLEI students in Harrison Den.
June 25-July 20
Summer session - On-campus
INTR 103 - Grand Presentations
Come show support to your classmates! INTR 103 students required to attend all nights. Students from other classes are encouraged to attend in support.
Summer session ends!
Classes end at 3pm
Check out of North Hall
Check out no later than noon on July 21st. Have a safe trip home!
- ASLEI Instructional Information
The summer session always involves a lot of work condensed into a short period of time. Each of you will be taking 6-7 credits this summer. Our goal is to limit your time away from your home and family, while still providing you with the academic foundation you need to successfully complete your program.
Syllabus/Course Map: To prepare for your summer classes, bookmark this site.
The final version of the Syllabus/Course Map will be in your online Canvas classes. ALWAYS use the version from your Canvas classes as there may have been editing changes from the time they were posted on the Extended Campus website and when they posted in Canvas.
Once you have accessed the Syllabus/Course Map on the website, go to the Required Materials page of each Syllabus/Course Map. You will find a list of all required materials.
Be sure to bring all your summer instructional materials to campus.
If you need to order materials, you may do so at your favorite site or use the campus book store: The UNC Book Store. All items may not be available to order right away so be sure to check back as needed.
NOTE: You may want to allow room in your suitcase or make appropriate arrangements to take additional materials home with you.
Schedules: Although the start and end dates and times vary according to contact hour requirements, you will essentially be in classes for 6-7 hours a day.
Homework: In addition to what appears on the schedule, you will have homework each night that will require your time and attention. There will also be major assignments that will require weekend work.
The following are the class sequences (draft) for summer 2018. Final copies will be updated by June 1st.
Communication: Everyone is reminded to use American Sign Language in public and common areas. If you have a need to use spoken English, please find a private area.
Attire: The ASLEI Program wants to foster our recognition as working professionals. Dressing according to the professional status we seek will let those with whom we have contact know how seriously we approach our teaching and learning, as well as how we are preparing for our future work.
- Business-casual attire is expected in the classroom for both students and staff members.
- Shorts, jeans, yoga pants, beach sandals/flip-flops, and other such casual wear is not acceptable in classes or scheduled meetings. At the same time, this is a college campus that will require walking from point to point, so be sure to have comfortable walking shoes.
- Friday Bear-wear: Jeans and UNC attire or colors are permitted on Fridays.
- Colorado weather can change quickly and classrooms are often cool. Layers are suggested.
Don't forget: Computer and necessary accessories, such as a power cord, Ethernet cable, webcam, and a means for DVD playback (internal or external DVD player).
If you are planning to print using UNC printers on campus, North Hall has a printer at the front desk. In addition, printers will be available in the following common labs, but with limited hours:
You are provided $8.00 per year in your Pharos printing account and can be utilized at any of the UC Computer labs.
UNC Help Desk will also be available for support.
Dr. Barbara Garrett
ASLIS Director & Associate Professor
Dr. Leilani Johnson
ASLEI Senior Administrator
INTR 103: ASL VII (3)
INTR 115: Portfolio Assessment (1)
INTR 210: ASL-English Contrastive Analysis (2)
Dr. Laurie Bolster
INTR 211: Critical Thinking & Analysis Skills (3)
INTR 220: Introduction to Consecutive Interpreting (3)
INTR 315: Portfolio Assessment (1)
INTR 320 & 323: Introduction to Simultaneous Interpreting & Lab (5)
INTR 415-900 Portfolio Assessment IV (1)
INTR 492-900 Internship for Interpreters (3)
- Arrival to Greeley, CO
If you're planning on staying in the residence hall, plan on arriving and settling in to your room on the Greeley campus no later than noon, Sunday, June 24th. Students who are living at sea-level are encouraged to arrive to Colorado early to adjust to the altitude.
You will fly into Denver International Airport (DIA).
Greeley is about an hour northeast of the airport.
You are responsible for your own transportation to get to the UNC Campus (Greeley).
Greeley Shuttle is an available service from the airport to the UNC Campus (Greeley).
- Pick up from the airportto Greeley occurs on ODD hours: 7am - 9pm.
- Pick up from Greeley to the airport occurs on the EVEN hours, 6am - 8pm.
All transportation services from DIA are located on level-5 outside the east terminal, out door 505, on island 5, at the blue sign - "Shared Ride."
Driving directions, campus maps, and virtual tours are available if you are driving to summer session.
All parking areas on the UNC campus require an official UNC parking permit. Parking is included in the housing package. Your permit will be handed out during housing check-in at North Hall.
If you are staying off campus, you can pre-order a parking pass for the month or purchase a daily permit from kiosks with rates starting at 30 minutes up to 24 hours.
Additional information about parking can be accessed online.
Public transportation is free for students and staff with a valid UNC ID.
Campus Bike Program: UNC’s Department of Campus Recreation has a free campus bike program. Through this program, you can borrow a bike for free with your student ID for a week at a time.
In Walking Distance:
- Classrooms: approx. 1-block from North Hall
- University Center has a variety of food options, coffee, and services.
- Grocery Store: King Soopers (local grocery store chain) – 3 blocks from campus
- Houseware: Big Lots
- Food: a number of fast food chains, coffee shop, and convenience stores off campus
- Living Arrangements - UNC North Hall
The Department has arranged for students and staff to stay in North Hall while in Greeley. You are not required to stay in North Hall, but are responsible for any other off campus living arrangements.
There is a flat rate for a thirty-day stay in North Hall in summer 2018. The cost is $1,073.00 per person for Saturday, June 23 through Saturday, July 21, 2018. This flat rate is the most economical plan (taxes are excluded). The package includes:
- Thirty-day stay
- Parking pass
- Free internet access
- Free laundry facilities
- Linens and towels
- Reduced cost for Rec Center access
Note: If you leave summer session for whatever reason prior to finishing your coursework, you will be responsible to pay rate for the nights the room was occupied in North Hall. Currently, the rate is $49.40 per night, plus taxes.
North Hall suites typically have two bedrooms (each with two twin beds), a shared bathroom, and a shared living room area. You will share a suite with one other person. This means you will have your own bedroom, but will share a bathroom and living room area with your suite mate. UNC Conference Services will assign you a suite mate from the ASLEI program unless otherwise noted on your reservation.
All rooms are air-conditioned, equipped with flashing fire/smoke alarms, and come with your basic furniture.
North Hall has full kitchens on each wing that are available for everyone on that floor to use. There will be some pans and cooking utensils available in the kitchens, but you will need to provide your own kitchenware (plates, cups, eating utensils, etc.)
North Hall offers free laundry facilities on each wing. Please bring your own high efficiency laundry soap.
North Hall is within a block of your classrooms.
Register for North Hall
Registration opens March 12th. Each of you choosing to stay in North Hall will register online to reserve your own room through the UNC Conference Services using the button above. Registration deadline is May 15th.
New Students: You will need to create a user name and password.
After creating a log-in, the registration system will send you an email asking you to confirm your account prior to proceeding.
Returning students, please use the code: unco-ASLEI2018
Payment Plan Option: UNC has a payment plan that allows you to make two payments. You will find the details on the registration link. The final payment must be submitted no later than June 1st.
ASLEI OSEP Scholars, a coupon code will be emailed to you directly to enter at the end of the registration form. DO NOT register until you have this code. This code ensures the housing charges are made to the grant and not you directly.
Indicate a suite mate, if you have a preference. Note: If you have a suite mate preference, the other person must also make the same request on his/her registration.
Check In: North Hall will be open for check-in after noon on Saturday, June 23rd. You should plan to arrive on campus no later than noon, Sunday, June 24th.
Check Out: Everyone must be checked out no later than noon on Saturday, July 21st.
Keep in mind when you are making your departure flight plans that you should arrive to DIA at least two hours prior to your time of departure flight and it takes approximately 1-1.5 hours in traffic to arrive to the airport from Greeley.
Staying Additional Days: If you would like to arrive earlier or stay later than the contracted dates (June 23 - July 21), you must make other accommodation arrangements. Contact Deena McBain - email@example.com.
You have the option of renting a microwave/fridge unit for your use – $45.00. The microfridge must be reserved in advance during registration. There will not be an option to rent one after your arrival on campus.
North Hall provides you with bed linens, a blanket and pillow, a towel and washcloth, small hand soap, one roll of toilet paper, and a cup.
An iron and ironing board are available for checkout from the North Hall front desk.
A vacuum is available for checkout from the North Hall front desk.
Laundry: You will need high-efficiency laundry soap
Kitchen: You will need kitchenware (plates, cups, eating utensils, etc.)
- Hangers are not provided
- There are overhead lights in the suites, but you may prefer additional table lighting
- North Hall does not provide televisions in the suites; there are lounge areas on each floor with big screen televisions for floor use.
Internet: North Hall has wireless internet; however, you need to bring an Ethernet cord as efficient uploads of videos require direct internet access.
- At check in, North Hall front desk will provide instructions on how to connect to the Internet.
- UNC IT Help Desk can support any issues during your stay on campus.
Food: You have the option of using the floor kitchen to prepare meals for yourself or you can purchase meals on an individual basis at Holmes Dining Hall.
- Be sure to note summer business hours and dates for the various dining halls and retail locations are open.
- If you purchase a meal plan, it will be loaded onto your UNC ID card and should be ready when you arrive on campus. There are no refunds, so buy only what you need.
- Cash prices are available, if you do not wish to purchase a meal plan.
Mail: If you would like to send packages ahead of time and have them available for pick up at Turner Hall, please use the following address. If you're sending mail in advance, please do not send packages prior to June 18th.
This same address can be used for packages or letters during your four-week stay over the summer.____________________________(name)
Conference: ASLEI Program
2310 13th Ave
Greeley, CO 80631-6948
If you are staying in North Hall, you may receive mail. Be advised that all summer mail is sent to one UNC conferencing site and from there delivered to the various Residence Halls. This means:
a) you need the right address on your label (above), and
b) you should allow a little more time for delivery.
Be advised: Do not send medication, do not send valuables. The Department of ASL & Interpreting Studies is not responsible for any mail that arrives on the UNC campus. Any questions or concerns related to mail must be addressed with the Turner Hall front desk representative.
ASL-English Interpretation Program Rules
No pets are allowed in the ASLEI-reserved North Hall rooms; however, consistent with the Americans with Disabilities Act, service animals are allowed in North Hall. You must notify Conference Services at (970) 351-2010 if you plan to bring a service animal.
Children and other family members are not allowed to stay on the Residence Hall floor(s) that is reserved for ASLEI students.
Students are not allowed on the North Hall ASLEI staff floor (sixth floor).
Any damage to your Residence Hall room, furnishings, and other contents is your responsibility (normal wear and tear is not considered “damage” to the room).
If you do not have homeowner’s insurance, consider purchasing renter’s insurance if your personal property is a concern to you (computer, expensive jewelry, etc.)
UNC smoking, drug, and alcohol policies are strictly enforced.
Please read more about UNC student policies.
Registration for Housing Conference Services
Dr. Leilani Johnson - firstname.lastname@example.org
- UNC Student ID Card
UNC student photo ID cards are initially free to UNC students. However, replacement cards are $15.00 and can be requested at the UNC Card Office in the University Center. If you are a new student it is recommended that you create your UNC ID card when registering for your room. That way you will receive your UNC ID card when you check in to North Hall if you follow the steps below.
Go to the above registration link and there will be an option for you to submit your ID information. You will then pick up your ID card at the North Hall front desk when you get to Greeley. Or, upon arrival on campus, you can get your student ID card on the second floor of the University Center (M-F, 7:30am - 5pm).
Critical Reminder: All returning students and staff members need to remember to bring your ID card, or you will be charged to replace it since it functions as your room key and meal pass during the summer.
- Health and Recreation
Students and staff using the services of the UNC Health Center will need to provide their UNC Bear Number, Driver's License, and Insurance Card with the policy holder's date of birth.
ASLEI students and staff who are staying on campus may purchase a pass to the UNC Recreation Center Facilities, which include an indoor pool and fitness center, for $10 per week (subject to change). Please visit the Campus Recreation Center upon arrival to campus to purchase access.
ASLEI students and staff who are staying off campus can purchase a daily pass for $5 per visit (subject to change).