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November 13, 2020




You have lots of questions about Spring 2021 classes and Gallaudet’s plans. We have the answers you need.

To learn more about our reopening plans for this spring, please click here.

Join us for any one of the multiple webinars and have an opportunity to ask your questions on Monday, November 16.

Join Interim Provost Jeff Lewis, Associate Provost Tommy Horejes, Dean of Student Affairs Travis Imel, Assistant Dean of Student Affairs Eyob Zerayesus, and student organization representatives.

Please submit questions via email to before or during the webinar.

Register below and see you Monday!

Come and ask your questions at any one of the three different sessions:

Monday, November 16
Register for Session #1

2:30-3 p.m. ET
Register for Session #2

3-3:30 p.m. ET
Register for Session #3
4:30-5 p.m. ET

For a limited time, get our official Gallaudet lanyard for free when you register for spring semester courses

Don’t forget to complete your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) today (for undergraduate students only).

For questions and support, including additional financial assistance, please contact the Office of Financial Aid.

Gallaudet does what works for you, virtually or here on campus:

  1. Tuition has been reduced by 15% for Spring 2021.
  2. For most students, there will be no on-campus room and board cost.
  3. Weekly vibrant virtual events. See the calendar.
  4. Free tutoring and technology support, including your internet needs.
  5. Gallaudet is the best place to learn new and virtual skills in this challenging job market. Contact your career specialist at

Contact Us
We are ready to discuss the course registration process and financial aid options for spring 2021, and answer other questions you may have.

Chat with us today or reply to this email. We can’t wait to see you this spring!

Go Bison!

13 November 2020


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