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Northwest Missouri State University

American Sign Language Club

The Northwest American Sign Language Club (ASLC, for short) continues to provide education, awareness, and a fun learning environment both on and off campus.  Students do not need to know American Sign Language or be in the classes to join the ASLC.  The purpose of NW ASL Club is to improve, promote, and maintain signing skills for members and improve deaf awareness within  the Deaf Culture at Northwest and in the Maryville communities. Due to the lack of the deaf community here in Maryville, the ASL Club will be visiting nearby deaf communities and conferences to establish a connection between our members and the Deaf society.  The club is involved in a variety of activities throughout the academic year such as club socials including Deaf Game Nights, Silent Dinners, and ASL Movies along with providing workshops for both the NW and Maryville communities.  Meetings are scheduled for the second and fourth Mondays at 3:00 in Colden Hall.