ASL Student Club
About American Sign Language (ASL) Club
ASL Club is a fun way to learn and practice American Sign Language with fellow students and community members through conversation, volunteering and activities. Our mission is to increase awareness of Deaf culture and the Deaf community.
Students and the community with any level of experience with ASL, or an interest in learning American Sign Language (ASL), are welcome to join the club.
You'll have fun and:
Get more out of your classes.
Seminars to reinforce lessons and concepts taught in ASL classes.
Improve your resume.
Annual workshop with guest presenters and accredited with professional organizations such as Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf.
Meet new friends with similar interests.
Develop leadership skills.
Access to volunteer opportunities at ASL-related activities on the campus and in the community.
Examples of ASL Club activities include:
- Volunteering at the annual DeaFEST in partnership with DeafNation and the Kimball Hall Family Deaf Institute.
- Participating in Harper’s first annual Adaptive Sports Day.
- Hosting ASL-related activities on campus and in the community.
To Learn 12 Reasons why knowing ASL with help you:
Learn to count to ten or higher on just one hand, communicate through a closed window, under water, quietly at the movies and more.
- Join our email list to stay up-to-date on meetings and activities.
- Follow our Harper College ASL Club News & Events Facebook page.
Meeting Days and Frequency: Mondays from 2:30pm to 3:30pm
Students must contact Student Involvement (firstname.lastname@example.org) from their Harper College email and be a currently enrolled student to gain access to club meeting websites and passwords.