In 1856, Amos Kendall, a postmaster general during two presidential administrations, donated two acres of his estate in northeast Washington, D.C. to establish a school and housing for 12 deaf and six blind students. The following year, Kendall persuaded Congress to incorporate the new school, which was called the Columbia Institution for the Instruction of the Deaf and Dumb and Blind.
The Research Services unit of the Office of Sponsored Programs strives to fulfill Gallaudet University's mission to encourage, promote, and facilitate scholarly research. This enhances Gallaudet's intellectual climate by facilitating scholarly opportunities on campus.
The Career Center staff empowers students and alumni to develop appropriate skills and an understanding of career resources necessary to identify, pursue, and achieve their career goals. We also work with employers, faculty, and staff to ensure successful collaboration with students in finding meaningful and rewarding internship and employment opportunities!
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The Student Body Government (SBG) is the major organization through which Gallaudet students govern themselves, plan activities for the campus, and work with faculty and administration on matters of general interest to the student body.
Gallaudet Technology Services (GTS) provides essential resources, end-user training and support for academic and administrative uses of technology at Gallaudet University and the Clerc Center. Units that provide direct support to students include the IT Service Desk, media and classroom support, and eLearning.
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Gallaudet University is an institution accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education, 3624 Market Street, Philadelphia, PA 19104. The MSCHE is an institutional accrediting agency recognized by the U.S. Secretary of Education and the Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA).
The university is super cool with the Deaf World community, its teaches all courses in sign language and all professor are friendly to offer any support needed, whoever not all courses will be founds in there but the professor will be happy to create course schedule for the course you like.
The university provides enough accessibility for Deaf/Hard of hearing and even Deaf blind students. It really helps and support Deaf community which makes it defsa friendly. If you are hearing people and would like to study in this university, know that Sign language is a requirement and must be used at all times because the whole university is full of Deaf people and all...
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