This course will be an introduction to American Sign Language – no previous knowledge of ASL required! The course will include introductory vocabulary and grammar, as well as an introduction to Deaf culture.
To register please fill out this registration form.
DATE and TIME: Thursdays from 5pm-8pm, starting January 20th and running weekly for 10 weeks.
The class will take place via Zoom.
Cost: Sliding scale $0-$50 for the full course (no one turned away for lack of ability to pay, D/deaf and Hard of Hearing folks are not expected to pay)
Registration is limited to a maximum of 16 students (at the request of the teacher). We will prioritize places in the class for D/deaf and Hard of Hearing folks, as well as disabled people who are wanting to learn ASL for communication reasons not related to hearing loss, people who might not otherwise have access to ASL classes due to financial or other reasons and people who were on the wait list for a previous class. Otherwise, we will fill spots in the order people fill out the form.
This course is open to the general public, not only Concordia students.
Please keep in mind that this class often fills up and there may be people on a wait list, so please only register if you expect you’ll be able to attend almost every week!
Filling out this form does not guarantee you place in the class. We will contact everyone by the end of the day on January 17th confirming if you are in the class. If you don’t hear from us by then please send us an email, we’ve been having some issues with our emails getting caught in spam filters!
For any questions please email firstname.lastname@example.org