Are you deaf? Didn't vote in the 2016 presidential election last November? Please participate in this brief online survey.
The Department of Physical Education and Recreation is offering free dance classes on the following four days: January 24, 26, 31, and February 2, 2017.
Water aerobics will be offered on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays at 5 p.m. Class will begin on February 13, 2017. This replaces the noon class.
The Shula Award winner will be announced during the third quarter of the 2017 Pro Bowl, airing Sunday, January 29, 2017, at 8 p.m. (ET) on ESPN.
Gallaudet University Physical Education & Recreation Department will provide swimming lessons at all levels that will help children develop confidence and competency in the water.
The shuttle bus will operate a shuttle service only to the NoMa/Gallaudet Metro Station on Friday, January 20, only. See attached schedule for the day.
The event will feature NDI guest speakers who will lead us in an interactive discussion about the expanding access to financial services for people with disabilities.
Need a break from studying? Here's a list of open captioned (OC) screenings off-campus.
"The Chances" is a dramedy series about two deaf best friends who navigate their friendship, created by and starring Gallaudet alumni Shoshannah Stern, '05 and Josh Feldman, '10.
Stories, games, and fun in American Sign Language with Deaf Services Librarian Janice Rosen. ASL/voice interpreters and therapy dogs from People Animals Love will be present.
MSSD's Winter Dance Concert, "Extravaganza," on February 9-11, will feature MSSD’s talented student dancers and choreographers and a wide array of professional dance companies. Read more.
The Finance Office announces the new mileage rate of 53.5 cents per mile for the 2017 calendar year, which was set by the IRS for standard business miles driven.
Question, Persuade, Refer (QPR) training is a suicide risk reduction program that is being offered to interested students, staff and faculty members on a first come, first serve basis.
The departments of Human Resources and Physical Education & Recreation continue to offer fitness classes to help you reach your health/fitness goals.
Paul Khouri and a group of disability advocates will give one-on-one guidance at Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Library, Room 215. Open to ages 16+.
Dr. John S. & Dr. Betty J. Schuchman have generously established an endowed fund supporting documentary education, production and presentation.
"Fighting in the Shadows: The Untold Story of Deaf People in the Civil War," explains how deaf people emerged during the Civil War.
Are you interested in learning more about educational neuroscience? Curious about how we learn and process information in our brains? Then this is for you!
In February, we celebrate Black History Month, reflecting on the progress, richness, and diversity of African-American achievements.
The swimming pool will be closed Friday, January 20, due to the Presidential Inauguration and Saturday, January 21, due to a Gallaudet swim team meet. The pool re-opens Sunday, January 22.
Students with intermediate knowledge of Spanish who are not Spanish majors can continue developing their knowledge of Spanish while satisfying their GSR 210 requirement.
The LGBTQA Resource Center publishes a monthly newsletter with information about forthcoming campus, local, and national LGBTQA events and opportunities. The January 2017 issue is hot off the press!
The Inauguration swearing-in ceremony of President-elect Donald Trump will be held on Friday, January 20. The University is closed that day. Read more for information on events and closures.