The Graduate School at Gallaudet University draws on Gallaudet's rich heritage, distinguished faculty and staff, and ASL-English bilingual environment to carry out its multifaceted mission to: prepare deaf, hard of hearing, and hearing scholars, leaders, and practitioners from diverse backgrounds to excel in their professions and disciplines.
Conferring of Degrees on Friday, May 15 at 1:00 pm
Gallaudet University's Gallaudet University Regional and National Outreach (RNO). Located in Washington, DC, RNO offers courses for deaf and hard of hearing people, their families, and the professionals who work with them. Courses provide opportunities to study with recognized experts in such fields as American Sign Language Linguistics, Deaf Studies, Deaf Education, and Interpreting.
Health and Wellness Programs at Gallaudet provides education about health and wellness for deaf and hard of hearing students.
Peer Health Advocates
Ely Center 103
(202) 618-6816 (videophone)
(202) 651-5432 (voice)
(202) 651-5651 (fax)
The Hearing and Speech Center (HSC) at Gallaudet University offers services to both the Gallaudet community and to the DC/Maryland/Virginia communities. Service include, Hearing/audiology, Hearing aid evaluation & dispensing, Speech-language evaluation and therapy, etc.
Dr. Larry Medwetsky
Sorenson Language and Communication Center (SLCC) 2200
(202) 250-2119 (VP)
(202) 651-5328 (voice)
(202) 651-5324 (fax)