Bring American Sign Language courses to SPU
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Image description of above photo: rainbow watercolor painted hands depicting ASL translation of the word "Jesus" demonstrated by pointing the middle finger of the right hand to the middle of the left hand where a wound from being pierced by the nail of a cross would be
We as student leaders believe that ASL courses would enable students to engage with the greater Seattle Deaf community, increase enrollment at SPU, improve accessibility and Deaf and hard of hearing culture awareness on campus, and benefit deaf and hard of hearing students who currently are not fluent in ASL.
Our goal is to document student interest in ASL courses and build a community of support. We invite you to join us in this mission and to be a part of this community. We believe your support and signature is important to this success.
We thank you for your support,
Melissa DEL RIO, ASSP Vice President of Intercultural Affairs
Abbey Brandt, ASSP Senator at Large
Lillian Hollar, ASSP Commuter Senator
Audrey Franks, ASSP Hill Hall Senator
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