ASLIT Lab

Lab Hours

Resources

Location

ASLIT Lab #3225 Room

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 Owen Horr
Senior Lab Assistant

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Carlos Gomez
Lab Assistant

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Danyel Downey

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Brandt Van Unen

Jose Hernandez Frias

Jose Hernandez Frias

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Marisa Mills

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Ira Rothenberg

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Gordon Harper

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Kent Kennedy

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Stevie Campbell

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Molly Sachs

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Martha Anger

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Richard Bertling

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Ash Schemenauer

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RIT Sunshine Theatre Tour will be performing.

There will be a workshop on the following day (Tuesday, Dec. 5th, 10am-12pm CST). Come and learn all about Acting/ Theatre/ Drama!

Date/ Time:
Monday, Dec. 4th (Performance) 7pm-9pm
Tuesday, Dec. 5th (Workshop) 10am-12pm

Location: Eastview Campus, Building 8000, Multipurpose room #8500

Admission: FREE

If you need an interpreter, please let us know. Then we can arrange an interpreter(s) as needed.
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ASL Friends United (AFU) did a fabulous job with hosting a movie night- Hedy & Heidi: The Lost Sister at ACC- Eastview Campus. ... See MoreSee Less

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Student Testimonials

Anne Roberts, ASL 3
The ACC ASLIT Lab has been incredibly beneficial in my learning of ASL. The tutors have helped me learn a lot and that in-person interaction with native ASL users is so valuable. The computers and curtains make it easy to create my video assignments and access the movies required by my classes. I am very thankful for the ACC ASL IT Lab and will keep going there as long as I’m an ACC ASL student (and maybe afterward too, just to say “Hi.”) I hope to see the ACC ASL IT Lab grow. It is a vital part of really learning ASL at ACC.

Erica Moilanen
Through ASLIT program, I have made life long friendships not only through classmates, but also in the lab. The lab makes learning significantly easier and much more fun. Although useful as a study atmosphere, the lab is pleasantly engaging. When possible, I liked playing a game or having casual conversations with the tutors. My experience in the ASLIT was one of the best experiences in my life. When anyone is seemingly interested in learning ASL I recommend Austin Community College’s ASLIT program, even if they are not interested in becoming an Interpreter.