Welcome to American Sign Language (ASL) Club!
ASL Club is for DePaul University students with no prior ASL experience to students with ASL fluency. Becoming a member of ASL Club includes the following benefits: frequent information and postings of Deaf events in the Chicagoland area, ASL games and activities, Deaf culture and fun ASL vocabulary! The overarching mission of ASL Club is to increase the awareness of ASL with an acknowledgement and respect for Deaf culture. The goals of ASL Club include the following: provide students with various opportunities to interact with the Deaf community,enhance students ASL receptive and expressive skills and increase students' knowledge of Deaf culture. We look forward to another exciting year of ASL Club!
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American Sign Language (ASL) Club is open to students with no prior ASL experience to students with ASL fluency.
The mission of ASL Club is to promote the exchange of ASL with an acknowledgement and respect for Deaf culture. The goals of ASL Club are to develop and enhance students receptive and expressive ASL skills and increase their awareness and knowledge of Deaf culture. ASL Club meetings include the following format: Deaf event information, ASL games, a cultural component and new vocabulary words! The format of ASL Club meetings implement the goals and mission of this organization into action.
Academic/Pre-Professional Undergraduate Student Organizations
All student organizations are required to have and maintain an advisor to be considered a registered student organization. Please provide the full name of your intended advisor.
Susan Elizabeth Rangel
How does your organization live out the mission of DePaul?
This mission statement embodies the principal purposes of DePaul University. As such it is the nexus between past, present and future; the criterion against which plans are formulated and major decisions made; the bond which unites faculty, students, staff, alumni, and trustees as an academic community. As a university, DePaul pursues the preservation, enrichment, and transmission of knowledge and culture across a broad scope of academic disciplines. It treasures its deep roots in the wisdom nourished in Catholic universities from medieval times. The principal distinguishing marks of the university are its Catholic, Vincentian, and urban character.
We try to teach students about the Deaf Culture while being their "cheerleaders" for them as they learn a new language. The entire club is about growing together and passing on knowledge so that we are able to create a support system for those taking ASL.
What is your organization's purpose/mission?
The ASL Club mission is to create a place for all students and those who seek knowledge and want to raise awareness of American Sign Language, the Deaf Community, and Deaf Culture.
Please list the main events/programming that your organization is known for on campus. If you are registering a new student organization, please list the main events/programming that your organization is planning to bring to campus.
ASL club, entertainments, movie nights, transportation and organization of deaf events and finger spelling bee.