ASL Minors accepted into TU Deaf Education program
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ASL Minors accepted into TU Deaf Education program

Published 4/27/18

Sydney Russell

TNE Writer

NSU students Erin Long, Colcord senior, and Katrina Ezell, Coweta junior, have been accepted into Tulsa University’s Deaf Education Endorsement Program.

While NSU does not offer a Deaf education major or minor, it does offer an American Sign Language minor.

“Before coming to NSU I knew I wanted to do Deaf Education,” said Long. “I have been able to study under Jameie Combs and learn about ASL and Deaf Culture. She has always challenged us and presented us with opportunities to further our education. I am very thankful for professor Combs. She has been a light unto me and encourages me to chase after my dreams.”

Classes for the program will start this summer. Students will receive 16 credit hours in deaf education.

Along with classes, students get the opportunity to attend the National Deaf Educational Conference at the American School for the Deaf in Connecticut.

 For more information about ASL studies and the Deaf Education Program, call 918-444-3791


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