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American Sign Language and Interpreter Training Programs
Looking for an American sign language interpreter training program? We've collected here links to ASL schools and interpreter training programs in the United States, with information about the degrees offered and the people to contact, from associate degrees and certificates to the Master levels programs offered at Gallaudet University in the District of Columbia.

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Sign Language and Interpreter Training Programs by State

Alabama

Bishop State Community College (Mobile)
American Sign Language (ASL) major with associate degree, Interpreter Training program with certificate; rtmyles@bishop.edu; (251) 690-6450 (v/tty) or (251) 690-6892 (fax).

Arizona

Phoenix College (Phoenix)
American Sign Language and Interpreter Preparation Program with both certificates and AA degrees.
Pima Community College (Tucson)
Interpreter Training program with AA degree and certificate; Division Dean: (520) 206-6857, Lead Faculty: (520) 206-6652.
University of Arizona (Tucson)
Educational Interpreting program with BA degree; there are also other programs under Deaf Studies; Cindy Volk, cvolk@u.arizona.edu, (520) 621-5208 (v).

Arkansas

University of Arkansas at Little Rock (Little Rock)
Interpreter Education program with certificate; 2801 South University, Little Rock, AR 72204; (501) 569-3169 (v/tty), (501) 569-8129 (fax).

British Columbia

Douglas College (New Westminister)
Sign Language Interpreter program with diploma; Karen Malcolm, Program Coordinator, malcolmk@douglas.bc.ca, (604) 527-5131, (604) 527-5426 (fax).

California

American River College (Sacramento)
Sign Language Studies program with AA degree and certificate; Dean: Dr. Bruce Kinghorn, Phone: (916) 484-8653, Counseling: (916) 484-8572.
California State University at Northridge (Northridge)
Deaf Studies with BA degree, with a number of different specializations; , deaf.studies@csun.edu, (818) 677-4973 (tty), 818-677-5116 (v), (818) 677-5717 (fax).
California State University Fresno (Fresno)
Communicative Disorders And Deaf Studies department with BA degrees in Deaf Studies and Interpreting, and certificate programs.
Golden West College (Huntington Beach)
Has interpreting program with courses in sign language; contact is Paula Mucciaro, pmucciaro@gwc.cccd.edu, (714) 895-8772.
El Camino College (Torrance)
Offers Sign Language/Interpreter Traini ng A.S. degree and Certificate of Competence; smarron@elcamino.edu.
Pierce College (Los Angeles)
Community College with ASL/Interpreter Education Program: Cynthia Herbst at (818) 710-2873, or Darlene Wittman at (818) 719-6471.
Mount San Antonio College (Walnut)
Associate and Certificate programs in Sign Language/Interpreting.
Ohlone College (Fremont)
Interpreter Preparation Program with Associate degree and Certificate; slawrence@ohlone.edu.
Oxnard College (Oxnard)
Five-semester sequence of ASL courses; Julie Lovejoy, jlovejoy@vcccd.net, (805) 986-5800 ext. 7661.
Palomar Community College (San Marcos)
American Sign Language/English Interpreter Training Program with Associate degree and Certificate; Melissa Smith, mbsmith@palomar.edu, (760) 744-1150 Ext. 3520.
Riverside Community College (Riverside)
Associate degree program in Sign Language Interpreting; Rosemarie Sarkis, (909) 222-8850; Diana MacDougall, dianam@rccd.cc.ca.us, (909) 222-8832.
San Diego Mesa College (San Diego)
Interpreter Training program; Joseph Halcott, jhalcott@sdccd.edu, (619) 388-2372.

Colorado

Front Range Community College (Denver)
Interpreter Preparation program with Associate degree and Certificate; Lynda Remmel, Lynda.remmel@frontrange.edu.
Pikes Peak Community College (Colorado Springs)
Interpreter Preparation program with Associate degree; Donnette Patterson, Donnette.Patterson@ppcc.edu.

Connecticut

Northwestern Connecticut Community College (Winsted)
Interpreter Preparation program with Associate degree; Patricia Owen, powen@nwcc.commnet.edu, (860) 738-6375, (860) 738-6439 (fax).

District of Columbia

Gallaudet University (Washington, D.C.)
Interpreter Training program with Masters and Bachelor degrees; Valerie Dively, valerie.dively@gallaudet.edu, (202) 651-5149 (tty/v), (202) 651-5172 (fax).
Gallaudet RSA Interpreter Training Project, Region 3 (Washington, D.C.)
Program established to develop and enhance interpreter resources for deaf, hard of hearing and deaf-blind people in Maryland, Virginia, West Virginia, Pennsylvania, Delaware, and Washington, D.C. For more information, call (202) 651-6057 TTY/voice, or RSA3@gallaudet.edu.

Florida

Daytona Beach Community College (Daytona Beach)
Sign Language Interpretation Associate degree program; Charles Barber, barberc@dbcc.cc.fl.us, (386) 254-3000, ext. 3208 (voice), (386) 947-5451 (tty).
Florida Community College at Jacksonville (Jacksonville)
Sign Language Interpretation program with Associate degree; Randy McDavid, rmcdavid@fccj.edu, (904) 646-2406.
Hillsborough Community College (Tampa)
Linda M. Horton, lhorton@hcc.cc.fl.us, (813) 253-7240.
Miami Dade College (Miami)
Sign Language Associate degree program; Paula Sargent, psargent@mdcc.edu, (305) 237-1274 (v), (305) 237-1560 (fax).
St. Petersburg College (Clearwater)
Sign Language Interpretation Program with Associate degree; Sammie H. Elser, elser.sammie@spcollege.edu, (727) 791-2759, (727) 791-2776 (fax).
University of South Florida (Tampa)
Interpreter Training Track program with Bachelors degree; Steve Surrency, surrency@cas.usf.edu, (813) 974-9788 (v/tty).

Georgia

Georgia Perimeter College (Clarkston)
Sign Language Interpretation program with Associate degree or Certificate; Christine Smith, csmith@gpc.edu, (678) 891-3600.
Valdosta State University (Valdosta)
American Sign Language program with Bachelor degree; Ryan Hogan, rmhogan@valdosta.edu, (800) 618-1878 ext. 1, fax: (229) 333-5482

Hawaii

Kapiolani Community College (Honolulu)
American Sign Language/Interpreter Education program with Associate degree and Certificate; Jan Fried, jfried@hawaii.edu, (808) 734-9154, (808) 734-9893 (fax).

Idaho

Idaho State University (Pocatello)
Sign Language Studies with Associate degree, also higher degrees in Educational Interpreting and Deaf Education; Emily Turner, turnemil@isu.edu, (208) 282 5341; Janelle Bullock, bulljane@isu.edu , (208) 282 3471; Joan Olsen, olsejoan@isu.edu , (208) 282 3077; Lance Hays, hayslanc@isu.edu .

Illinois

Columbia College Chicago (Chicago)
ASL-English Interpretation program with Bachelors degree; Lynn Pena, lpena@colum.edu, (312) 344-8499 (v/tty), (312) 344-8055 (fax).
Illinois Central College (E. Peoria)
Interpreter Preparation program with Associate degree and Certificate; Edwin Carrington, ecarrington@icc.cc.il.us, (309) 694-8439 (v), (309) 694-5260 (tty).
John A. Logan College (Carterville)
Interpreter Preparation program with Associate and other degrees; Paula Willig, paulawillig@jalc.edu, (618) 985-3741 x8456 (v), (618) 985-4654 (fax), (618) 985-6018 (tty).
MacMurray College (MacMurray College)
Offers an Interpreter Training program with Bachelor and Associate degrees; Robert Dramin, rdramin@mac.edu, (217) 479-7164 (tty).
Southwestern Illinois College (Belleville)
Sign Language Studies/Interpreter Training program with Associate degree and Certificate; Karyn Houston, karyn.houston@swic.edu, (618) 641-5145 (v), (618) 641-5145 (fax), (618) 641-5145 (tty).
Waubonsee Community College (Sugar Grove)
Interpreter Training program with Associate degree and Certificate; William Marzano, wmarzano@waubonsee.edu, (630) 466-7900 x2925 (v), (630) 466-9102 (fax), (630) 896-1179 (tty).
William Rainey Harper College (Palatine)
Interpreter training program; Joan T. Fiske, sign@harpercollege.edu, (847) 925-6415 (v), (847) 925-6048 (fax), (847) 925-6772 (tty).

Indiana

Bethel College (Mishawaka)
ASL/Interpreting Program with Bachelor and Associate degrees; Tammy Gregory, gregort@bethelcollege.edu, (574) 257-7615 (v), (574) 257-3492 (fax).
Goshen College (Goshen)
Bachelor degree with major in Sign Language Interpreting, minor in American Sign Language; Myron Yoder, myronry@goshen.edu, (574) 535-7382 (v).
Indiana University | Purdue University (Indianapolis)
Bachelor degree in American Sign Language/English Interpreting; interprt@iupui.edu, (317) 274-8930 (v).
Vincennes University (CITY)
Vincennes University and IUPUI have partnered to develop an intensive four-year program to train American Sign Language interpreters; Ann Reifel, areifel@vinu.edu, (317) 924-2609 (v), (317) 923-2307 (fax), (317) 924-2609 (tty).

Iowa

Iowa Western Community College (Council Bluffs)
Sign Language Interpreting program with Associates degree; Carolyn Cool, ccool@iwcc.edu, (712) 325-3203 (v), (712) 329-4748 (fax), (712) 325-3495 (tty).
Kirkwood Community College (Cedar Rapids)
Sign Language Interpreter Training program with Associate degree; Linda Krog, linda.krog@kirkwood.edu, Linda Krog (v), (319) 398-1021 (fax), (319) 398-5480 (tty).
Scotts Community College (Bettendorf)
Sign Language Interpreter program with Associate degree; Elizabeth Huntley, ehuntley@eiccd.cc.ia.us, (563) 441-4240 (v).

Kansas

Cowley County Community College (Wichita)
Interpreter Training Program with Associate Degree; Kim Carwile, carwile@cowley.edu, (316) 978-8158 (v), (316) 978-8166 (tty).
Johnson County Community College (Overland Park)
Interpreter Training program with Associate degree and Certificates in American Sign Language and Health Care Interpreting; Richard Scott, sknopp@jccc.net, (913) 469-8500 x3903 (v), 469-2358 (fax).

Kentucky

Eastern Kentucky University (Richmond)
Interpreter Training program with Bachelor degree; J. Laurence Haye, laurence.hayes@eku.edu, (606) 622-4966 (v), (606) 622-5919 (fax).

Louisiana

Delgado Community College (New Orleans)
Sign Language training program, no details available; Leslie Knowles, lesknowles@aol.com, (504) 483-4553 (v), (504) 483-1953 (fax).
Deaf Action Center of Louisiana (Shreveport)
Sign Language training; David Hylan, Jr., david@deafactioncenter.org, (318) 425-7781 (v), (318) 226-1299 (fax), (318) 425-4663 (tty).

Maine

University of Southern Maine (Portland)
ASL/English Interpreting program with Bachelor degree; Judy Shepard-Kegl, kegl@usm.maine.edu, (207) 780-5955 (v), (207) 780-5940 (fax), (207) 780-5933 (tty).

Maryland

CCBC Catonsville (Catonsville)
Interpreter Preparation program with Associate degree and Certificate; Sandra Brown, sbrown@ccbcmd.edu, (410) 455-4474 (v), (410) 455-5134 (fax).

Massachusetts

Clarke School for the Deaf (Northampton)
Oral school for the deaf, also trains teachers of the deaf; David Manning, dmanning@clarkeschool.org, (413) 582-1113 (v), (413) 586-6654 (fax).
Northeastern University (Boston)
American Sign Language program with Bachelor degree major in ASL/English Interpreting; and dual majors in ASL Studies and Psychology, ASL Studies and Theatre, and ASL Studies and Human Services, also Masters degree in Interpreting Pedagogy; asl@neu.edu, (617) 373-3064 (v), (617) 373-3065 (fax), (617) 373-3067 (tty); Toll Free number (800) 944- 5538.
Northern Essex Community College (Haverhill)
Deaf Studies program with Associate degrees options for Sign Language Interpreter and American Sign Language ; Dee Risley, drisley@necc.mass.edu, (978) 556-3662 (v), (978) 556-3662 (tty).
Project TIEM.Online at Northeastern University (Boston)
Teaching Interpreting Educators and Mentors Project with Masters degree in Interpreting Pedagogy; Betsy Winston, tiem@neu.edu, (866) 252-1199 (v), (617) 373-3065 (fax), (877) 881-6520 (tty).

Michigan

Lansing Community College (Lansing)
Sign Language / Interpreter Program with Associate degree; Brenda Cartwright, cartwrb@lcc.edu, (517) 483-5329 (v), (517) 483-5305 (tty).
Madonna University (Livonia)
Sign Language Studies major with Bachelors and Associate degrees; Kenneth Rust, krust@madonna.edu, (734) 432-5616 (v), FAX (fax), (734) 591-9266 (tty).
Mott Community College (Flint)
Interpreter Training program with Associate Degree and Certificate; Stephanie Jo Naeyaert, snaeyaert@mcc.edu, (810) 762-0470 (v), (810) 232-9478 (fax), (810) 762-0272 (tty).

Minnesota

College of St. Catherine (Minneapolis)
Catholic women's college with Bachelor degree in ASL/Interpreting; Laurie Swebey, laswabey@stkate.edu, (651) 690-6797 (v), (651) 690-7849 (fax).
North Central University (Minneapolis)
Christian college with Deaf Studies program with an emphasis on developing ministers; also includes ASL/English Interpreter program with Bachelor degrees; Barbara Garrett, barbara.garrett@northcentral.edu, (612) 343-4730 (v), (612) 343-4799 (fax), (612) 343-4790 (tty).
Saint Paul College (St Paul)
Associate degrees in American Sign Language and Sign Language Interpreter/Transliterator; Mary Weisensel, mary.weisensel@saintpaul.edu, (651) 846-1490 (v), (651) 846-1451 (fax).

Mississippi

Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College (Gulfport)
Interpreter Training program with Associate Degree; Rebecca Gatian, rebecca.gatian@mgccc.cc.ms.us, (228) 896-2542 (v), (228) 896-2528 (fax).

Missouri

Maple Woods Community College (Kansas City)
Sign Language Interpreting program with Associate degree and Certificate; Ula Williams, ula.williams@kcmetro.edu, (816) (v), (816) 437-3441 (fax).
St. Louis Community College at Florissant Valley (Ferguson)
American Sign Language interpreter education program with Associate degree; Mary Luebke, mluebke@stlcc.edu, (314) 595-4470 (v), (314) 595-4217 (fax), (314) 595-2120 (tty).
William Woods University (Fulton)
Interpreting program with Bachelor degree; Carolyn Ball, cball@williamwoods.edu, (573) 592-1123 (v), (573) 592-1139 (fax), (573) 592-1140 (tty).

Nebraska

Metropolitan Community College (Omaha)
ASL/English Interpreter Preparation program with Associate degree; Carol Manning, cmanning@metropo.mccneb.edu, (402) 547-2786 (v).

Nevada

Community College of Southern Nevada (Las Vegas)
Caroline Preston Bass, caroline_bass@ccsn.nevada.edu, (702) 651-263 (v), (702) 651-4760 (fax).

New Hampshire

University of New Hampshire (Manchester)
Sign Language Interpretation program with Bachelor degree; Jack Hoza, jack.hoza@unh.edu, (603) 641-4143 (v), (603) 641-4303 (fax), (603) 622-4511 (tty).

New Jersey

Burlington County College (Pemberton)
American Sign Language/Interpreter Education program with Associate Degree and Certificate; Daniel B. Swartz, dswartz@bcc.edu, (609) 894 9311 ext 1619 (v), (609) 762 0442(fax).
Camden County College (Blackwood)
Sign Language Interpreter Education program with Associeate Degree; Brian R. Morrison, bmorrison@camdencc.edu, (856) 227-7200, Ext. 4948 (v), (856) 374-5056 (fax), (856) 374-5045 (tty).
Ocean County College (Toms River)
Interpreter Training program with Certificate; Deidre Operato, handspeak623@aol.com, (732) 288-0174 (v).
Union County College (Cranford)
American Sign Language And Deaf Studies program with Associate degree and Certificate; Eileen Forestal, forestal@ucc.edu, (908) 412-3578 (v), (908) 791-4949 (tty).

New Mexico

Santa Fe Community College (Santa Fe)
Sign Language Interpreting program with Associate degree and Certificate; John LeDoux, jledoux@sfccnm.edu, (505) 428-1416 (v).
University of New Mexico (Albuquerque)
Signed Language Interpreting program with Bachelor degree; Phyllis Wilcox, sign@unm.edu, (505) 277-092 (v), (505) 277-1754 (fax).

New York

Corning Community College (Corning)
Educational Interpreting program; Kip Opperman, opperman@corning-cc.edu, (607) 962-9125 (v), (607) 962-9131 (fax), (607) 962-9576 (tty).
LaGuardia Community College via State University of NY (New York City/LIC)
ASL/English Interpretation Program with Bachelor degree or Professional Certificate, also American Sign Language and Deaf Studies Associate Degree; Rob Hills, roberth@lagcc.cuny.edu, (718) 482-5313 (v), (718) 609-2005 (fax), (718) 482-5313 (tty).
National Technical Institute for the Deaf (NTID) (Rochester)
Technological college for students who are deaf or hard of hearing; also prepares individuals to work in fields related to deafness and encourage research designed to enhance the lives of deaf and hard-of-hearing people - Bachelor degrees and Certificates in ASL/English Interpretation and Deaf Studies; Lynn Finton, lsfnss@rit.edu, (585) 475-6713 (v).
The New School: American Sign Language Program (New York City)
The New School offers a selection of courses in ASL throughout the academic year for beginners and intermediate students; for more information email foreignlanguages@newschool.edu, or get information from their web page.
Suffolk Community College (Selden)
Associate degrees for Interpreter of the Deaf and American Sign Language Studies; Julia C. Weisenberg, weisenj@sunysuffolk.edu, (613) 451-4651 (v), (613) 451-4671 (fax).

North Carolina

Blue Ridge Community College (Flat Rock)
Interpreter Education program; Ann Condrey, annc@blueridge.cc.nc.us, (828) 692-3572 ext 326 (v), (828) 692-2441 (fax), (828) 692-4515 (tty).
Central Piedmont Community College (Charlotte)
Interpreter Education Program with Associate degree and a number of Certificate options; Jona Maiorano, jona.maiorano@cpcc.edu, (704) 330-4887 (v), (704) 330-4850 (fax).
University of North Carolina - Greensboro (Greensboro)
Educational Interpreter program for the education of deaf children with Bachelor degree; Glenda Torres, gstorres@uncg.edu, (336) 334-3772 (v), (336) 334-4617 (fax).
Wilson Technical Community College (Wilson)
Interpreter Education program with Associate degree and Deaf Studies Certificate; Debbie Batts, dbatts@email.wilsontech.cc.nc.us, (252) 246-1331 (v), (252) 243-7148 (fax).

North Dakota

Lake Region State College (Devils Lake)
Sign Language Interpreter program delivered through a partnership between Lake Region State College and the North Dakota School for the Deaf; Lilia Bakken, lilia.bakken@sendit.nodak.edu, (701) 662-900 (v), (701) 662-9009 (fax).

Ohio

Cincinnati State Technical and Community College (Cincinnati)
Interpreter Training program with Associate degree or Deaf Studies Certificate.
Columbus State Community College (Columbus)
Interpreting/American Sign Language Education Associate Degree, and American Sign Language/Deaf Studies Certificate
Cuyahoga Community College (Parma)
Deaf Interpretive Services program with Associate degree.
Kent State University (Kent)
Bachelors in American Sign Language; Robertta Thoryk, rthoryk@kent.edu.
Kent State University (Kent)
Educational Interpreter program with Bachelor degree; Kathy Geething, kathyj@zoominternet.net
Ohio School for the Deaf (Columbus)
Interpreting and Sign Language Resources (ISLR) department at the Ohio School for the Deaf provides professional development for educational interpreters.
Sinclair Community College (Dayton)
Associate of Applied Science - American Sign Language: Interpreting for the Deaf and Deaf Studies Certificate.

Oklahoma

Oklahoma State University (Oklahoma City)
Associate degrees in American Sign Language and Sign Language Interpretation; Joni Bice, bice@osuokc.edu, (405) 945-3288 V/TDD.
Tulsa Community College (Tulsa)
Associate degree in Interpreter Education; Sharon W. Limas, slimas@tulsacc.edu.

Oregon

Portland Community College (Portland)
Sign Language Interpretation program with Associate degree and Certificate; Darcie LeMieux, sign@pcc.edu, (503) 977-4672 (v), (503) 977-4951 (vp), fax: (503) 977-4874.
Region X Interpreter Education Center (Monmouth)
The Region X Interpreter Education Center (IEC) is a federally-funded grant that provides continuing education activities to interpreters in Alaska, Idaho, Oregon and Washington; Julie Simon, simonjh@wou.edu, (503) 838-8731 (v), (503) 838-8228 (fax), (503) 838-8731 (tty).

Pennsylvania

Bloomsburg University (Bloomsburg)
American Sign Language/English Interpreting program with Bachelor degree; Jessica Bentley-Sassaman, jbentley@bloomu.edu, (570) 389-5102.
Community College of Allegheny County (Pittsburgh)
American Sign Language Certificate Program.
Community College of Philadelphia (Philadelphia)
ASL/English Interpreting program with Associate degree
Mount Aloysius College (Cresson)
Sign Language/Interpreter Education program with Associate and Bachelor degree.

South Carolina

Spartanburg Technical College (Spartanburg)
Interpreter Training program with Associate Degree in Public Service, Major in Interpreting; Scott Ready, readys@stcsc.edu, (864) 591-3714 (v), (864) 591-3946 (fax).

Tennessee

Chattanooga State Technical Community College (Chattanooga)
American Sign Language Studies program with Associate degree; Beatrice Lyons, beatrice.lyons@chattanoogastate.edu, (423) 697-4415 (v), (423) 697-2467 (fax).
Maryville College (Maryville)
American Sign Language and Deaf Studies with Bachelor degree; April Haggard, april.haggard@maryvillecollege.edu.
Nashville State Technical Institute (Nashville)
Sign Language Interpreting program with Associate degree; Connie Simmons, simmons_c@nsti.tec.tn.us, (615) 353-3033 (v), (615) 353-3756 (fax).
University of Tennessee (Knoxville)
Basic Interpreter Training program with Bachelor degree, also includes Educational Interpreter program; deafness@gwmail.utk.edu, (865) 974-0607 (v), (865) 974-3522 (fax), (865) 974-0607 (tty).

Texas

Austin Community College (Austin)
Interpreter Preparation program with Associate degree; Lynn Beaman, lbeaman@austincc.edu, (512) 223-3211 (v).
Collin County Community College (Plano)
Programs in Interpreter Preparation and American Sign Language with Associate degrees; Henry Whalen, hwhalen@ccccd.edu, (972) 881-5152 (v), (972) 881-5629 (fax), (972) 881-5138 (tty).
Cy-Fair College (Cypress)
ASL program with an Associate degree in Interpreter Training Technology, and an ASL Communication Skills Certificate; Candace G. Sexton, candace.g.sexton@nhmccd.edu, (281) 290-5257 (v), (281) 290-5282 (fax).
Del Mar College (Corpus Christi)
Interpreter Preparation program with Associate degrees in Interpreter Preparation and Interdisciplinary Studies - Deaf Education Emphasis, and various Certificates; Lucy James, ljames@delmar.edu, (361) 698-2143 (v), (361) 698-1598 (fax).
El Paso Community College (El Paso)
Sign Language/Interpreter Preparation program with Associate degree; marymo@epcc.edu, (915) 831-2432 (v), (915) 831-2095 (fax).
McLennan Community College (Waco)
Interpreter Training program with Associate degree and certificate; Rob Granberry, rgranberry@mclennan.edu, (254) 299-8733 (v), (254) 299-8747 (fax).
North Harris College (Houston)
American Sign Language/Interpreter Training program; Charles Trevino, charles.trevino@nhmccd.edu, (281) 618-5535 (v), (281) 618-7103 (fax), (281) 618-5519 (tty).
San Antonio College (San Antonio)
Sign Language and Interpreter Training program with Associate degrees; Lauri Metcalf, laumetca@accd.edu, (210) 733-2071 (v), (210) 733-2074 (fax), (210) 733-2072 (tty).
Tarrant County College (Fort Worth)
Sign Language Interpreter program with Associate degree; Larry Rogers, larry.rogers@tccd.net, (817) 515-7762 (v), (817) 515-7039 (fax).
Tyler Junior College (Tyler)
Sign Language Interpreting program with Associate degree and Certificate; Judy Barnes, jbar@tjc.edu, (903) 510-2774 (v).

Utah

Salt Lake Community College (Salt Lake City)
Interpreter Training program with Associate degree and Certificate; Connie Spanton-Jex, connie.spanton-jex@slcc.edu, (801) 957-4642 (v), (801) 957-4853 (fax).

Virginia

J. Sargeant Reynolds Community College (Richmond)
Interpreter Training and American Sign Language Career Studies Certificates; Bruce Sofinski, bsofinski@jsr.vccs.edu, (804) 523-5604 (v).
New River Community College (Dublin)
American Sign Language/English Interpretation program with an Associate degree, and Certificates in American Sign Language, Educational Interpreting. and Interpreting for the Deaf; Patrick Bryant, nrbryap@nr.edu, (540) 674-3600 x4290 (v), (540) 674-3642 (fax).
Tidewater Community College (Chesapeake)
ASL/Interpreter Education Program with Associate degree in ASL/English Interpretation; Candace Steffen, csteffen@tcc.edu, (757) 822-5015 (v), (757) 822-5155 (fax), (757) 822-5018 (tty).

Washington

American Sign Language & Interpreting School of Seattle (ASLIS) (Seattle)
School entirely devoted to Sign Language training with four year program; NAME, aslis@juno.com, (206) 860-3503 (v), (206) 860-9255 (fax), (206) 860-3503 (tty).
Seattle Central Community College (Seattle)
Interpreter Training program with Associate degree, and Deaf Interpreter Training Certificate; Deborah Peterson, dpeter@sccd.ctc.edu, (206) 344-4347 (v), (206) 587-6337 (fax).
Spokane Falls Community College (Spokane)
Interpreter Training/Deafness program with Associate degrees; Judy Forbes, judyf@sfcc.spokane.cc.wa.us, (509) 533-3730 / (509)533-3618 (v), (509) 533-4143 (fax).

West Virginia

Fairmont State Community and Technical College (Fairmont)
Sign Language Interpreter program with Associate degree, and ASL Communication program with Certificate; Ruby Losh, rlosh@fairmontstate.edu, (304) 367-4252 (v), (304) 367-4896 (fax), (304) 367-4022 (tty).

Wisconsin

Fox Valley Technical College (Appleton)
Educational Interpreter program with Associate degree; Donna Sisco, siscogru@fvtc.edu, (920) 996-2820 (v), (920) 831-4314 (fax), (920) 831-4337 (tty).
Milwaukee Area Technical College (Milwaukee)
Interpreter Technician program with Associate degree; Margaret A. James, jamesm@mate.edu, (414) 297-6784 (v), (414) 297-7990 (fax), (414) 297-8407 (tty).
Northcentral Technical College (CITY)
Educational Interpreter Technician program with Associate degree and Certificates; Maggie Holt, holt@ntc.edu, (715) 675-3331 x4093 (v), (715) 675-9776 (fax), (715) 675-6341 (tty).
University of Wisconsin/Milwaukee (Milwaukee)
Bachelor degrees in American Sign Language and Interpreter Training; Beth Urquhart, bethu@uwm.edu, (414) 229-3975 (v), (414) 229-5500 (fax), (414) 229-4764 (tty).

Wyoming

Sheridan College (CITY)
Educational Interpreting program with Associate degree; cflagg@radar.sc.whecn.edu, (307) 674-6446 x6231 (v), (307) 674-4293 (fax).