Gallaudet University's Student Success programs provide opportunities for students to engage as contributing members of the campus community and to learn the academic and social skills necessary to succeed while at the university and in a diverse global society.
Office of Student Success
Director: Jerri Lyn Dorminy, Ph.D
The Office for Students with Disabilities is the designated unit at Gallaudet University responsible for providing individually tailored, comprehensive, support services and programs for students with disabilities.
I. King Jordan Student Academic Center (JSAC), Room 1242
(202) 250-2612 (videophone)
(202) 448-7065 (voice)
(202) 651-5887 (fax)
Campus Ministry chaplains serve Gallaudet's various faith communities by providing spiritual care, coordinating fellowship events, fostering social justice and diversity awareness.
Ely Center 103
(202) 510-9594 (VP)
A financial contribution of any amount strengthens Gallaudet's mission in providing an outstanding education, development of leadership skills, and career opportunities for deaf and hard of hearing students.
Gallaudet University strives to reach out to every individual in the deaf and hard of hearing community so that its wealth of resources, services and programs may be shared. One way this is accomplished is through the Office of National Outreach which has three major components: Gallaudet University Regional Centers (GURC),Youth Programs and Deaf WorldTeach in the Pacific.
Laurent Clerc National Deaf Education Center
(202) 558-4646 (videophone/phone)