“Signs are to eyes that words are to ears” –Anonymous. American Sign Language, more commonly known as ASL, is a form of communication for the deaf, but is not limited to only those who are hard of hearing. ASL is for anyone or everyone who desired to learn a new language.
The ASL club at Snow College is for just that: Learning the language of ASL. The ASL club teaches American Sign Language to those who don’t know it and are interested in learning a cool new language. This club also spends time refreshing and re-teaching those who have learned ASL before. No matter the skill level this club will welcome all new comers with open arms.
ASL club is a great way to learn a great new language and connect with amazing people. Join the ASL club today and start the journey of sign language.
The president of the ASL club is Britt Rieske. The advisor of the ASL club is Professor Young. The ASL club meets every Friday at 5pm in the social science building in room 107. Join today!