I'm excited to go to Gallaudet, but not looking forward to the humidity!
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Gallaudet is an awesome college, where you can be successful, and achieve your goal. It doesn't matter if you are old, young, disabled, not disabled, deaf, hearing, hard of hearing, and more you can still attend this college. If you have big dreams and don't know what college to go to, Gallaudet can help.» Read More
Gallaudet University is the only bilingual University in the world accepting both deaf and hearing students majoring in deaf studies. Their culture is very strong and aromatic here. I personally think this is a learning environment for me. I enjoy it in some ways.» Read More
Gallaudet University is the world's only university for the deaf, and that gives it a lot of benefits that no other college can hold. It's entirely accessible for deaf people; all the cafeteria workers, post office workers, faculty, everyone on campus signs. It's isolated, away from the city, giving it an idyllic quality of its own world, yet you can escape to return to reality anytime, then come back to your own world when you choose (unless you have class! Then you should come back!). And it is in an amazing city, with so many things to do, and they're mostly for free.» Read More
I started to study ELI (English Language Institute) program in Gallaudet University. The university is amazing for someone who wants to learn sign language, the language not for just deaf people, also for everyone. I became a little fluent in sign language for just 3 months because I accustomed to communicate with that.» Read More