Sign Language Interpreters
Sign Language Interpreters may be provided to qualified students who are deaf and hard of hearing who use ASL as their primary mode of communication.
Because this can be a difficult service to provide, the SARC requires all students who need this service to participate in Early Registration.
Students requiring this service who do not participate in Early Registration may lose or delay their right to receive this accommodation because of their failure to provide adequate notice of need. While the SARC will make a good faith effort to locate an interpreter, the odds of this being successfully accomplished are radically diminished by the lack of notice.
Last updated: 6/19/2018