Associate Dean's Message

Greetings and welcome to the Center for Continuing Studies (CCS) at Gallaudet.

We're very pleased to offer a portfolio of strong professional development and outreach opportunities designed to provide an array of programs to complement the most current content in professional fields and in the deaf and hard of hearing Community. Our programs and courses are offered in a variety of delivery methods - on campus, online, or at sites across the United States.

Prospective CCS students should know that at Gallaudet University you will be warmly welcomed and you will have the opportunity to learn from some of the experts in the field. We foster a friendly, supportive, and collaborative environment, committed to providing an outstanding learning experience for all of our students.

I congratulate you in your decision to pursue your education through our CCS programs and course offerings and I wish you a successful and enjoyable experience with us.


Susan J. King, Ph.D.
Associate Dean of Graduate Admissions and the Center for Continuing Studies

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