Frequently Asked Questions

Where can faculty/staff learn ASL on RIT campus?


The Faculty and Staff Sign Language Education Program (FSSLEP) offers a wide array of formal and informal sign language learning opportunities for NTID and RIT faculty and staff. The FSSLEP web site provides course descriptions and schedules. The program also offers ASL Group Instruction (AGI), which provides customized ASL training to meet the needs of your specialized environment.


The RIT Office of the Provost sponsors an annual Provost Summer Intensive American Sign Language and Deaf Culture Experience for selected RIT faculty/staff. This program provides an intensive three-week immersion program during the month of June.


Are there workshops on deaf culture and language?


RIT'S Center for Professional Development (CPD) offers a variety of workshops and programs on deaf culture and language.


9am - 5pm Mon thru Fri

Closed Sat and Sun



WAL 1540/1545




Quick Links:

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Captioning Resources

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ASL Courses

Room Reservation Form

ASL Dictionary


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