Studies show that a college degree increases your earning potential—and at Gallaudet, you can earn your degree at an affordable cost. Our tuition and fees are 38 percent lower than the U.S. national average for out-of-state tuition, and 90 percent of students receive financial aid or scholarships.
Chapel Hall G-02
(202) 618-6844 (videophone)
(202) 651-5290 (voice)
(202) 651-5740 (fax)
Information on Food Service schedule and menu.
The Athletic department consists of fourteen varsity programs and one club team. GU competes in baseball, men's & women's basketball, men's & women's cross country, football, men's & women's soccer, softball, men's & women's swimming, men's and women's track and women's volleyball. Fall and winter GU cheerleading is a club team. The Athletics department also offers an intramural sports program.
Athletics Main Office
(202) 651-5603 (voice)
(202) 651-5274 (fax)
Sports Information Director
(202) 423-0642 (voice)
Gallaudet's new Conversations Across Nations (Gallaudet CAN) are gatherings of people for self-guided discussions.
Charity Reedy Warigon
Edward Memorial Building (EMG) 210
(202) 651-2562 (videophone)
Academic Programs and Departments
The Department of Art, Communication, and Theatre (ACT) provides a quality bilingual, interdisciplinary, liberal arts education with a focus on art, communication studies, and theatre. Major programs prepare students to be creative problem-solvers, dynamic leaders, effective communicators, and innovative artists affecting positive social change.