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American Sign Language Classes

We offer ASL I, II, III, and IV (Conversational Sign). Each class is $100.00 per person, and includes the cost of the required text and other course materials. Each ASL class is held from 6 PM to 8 PM one night per week for eight weeks.

We are pleased to offer community ASL classes for adults and youth ages 16 and older. Youth age 16 and older may attend adult ASL class without supervision with the understanding that some adult content may be discussed. Children between the ages of 14 and 16 may attend adult classes provided they are accompanied by a parent or guardian each week and with the understanding that adult content may be discussed in the class for which the Columbus Speech & Hearing Center is not directly responsible. Both the parent and the child must register for the class.

Children under 14 years of age are welcome to attend our Family ASL and Teen ASL classes when offered.

This program is designed to provide an opportunity for individuals to improve their communication abilities with co-workers and friends who are Deaf or Hard-of-Hearing and to educate those who may be losing their hearing, those incorporating signs in communicating with their hearing children, and those who simply have an interest in American Sign Language. This program is not designed to certify individuals to interpret. For information on interpreting programs please contact Columbus State Community College.

American Sign Language Classes are starting soon! Please see our list of current classes by clicking the link below for dates and times.

Click here to register for any of our American Sign Language Classes!

For more information, contact the ASL Coordinator at gstanford@columbusspeech.org or 614.261.5792.

Online registration ends two days before a class begins. After that you may call or visit the office in person to see if there are slots available.


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