San Diego State University's
American Sign Language Club
Understanding Deaf Culture goes beyond learning how to communicate with your hands.
This beautiful language is one of the steps to connecting the Deaf and hearing communities.
We believe ASL should be available to EVERYONE.
To promote awareness of
American Sign Language and Deaf Culture at SDSU and around the community, preserve ASL and Deaf Studies, provide a friendly productive learning environment for all SDSU students through social and educational events on and off campus.
Meet your officers
All officers are students, just like yourselves. We are dedicated to preserving deaf culture at SDSU and ensuring that EVERY student has the opportunity to learn ASL.
Co-Presidents, Riley Burkart & Juan Ortiz Jr.
Vice President, Joseph Gill
Treasurer, Holly Kim
Culture Education Chair, Ryan Frisella
CHHS Rep, Callie Shenson
Who can join? ANYONE! Teachers, staff, students, and members of the community are always welcome!
Our social meetings are held every Friday 5-7pm inside the Oggis at the Student Union.
Meetings are for anyone, regardless of signing skills or levels.
Each Friday 5-7pm in the Student Union Oggi's
Check back soon for more events!
Learning is free. But to do our events we need your help!
Soon we will have a link here to donate to ASL Club.
Promoting understanding and communication
Quotes from members about the importance of ASL instruction and exposure in the community.
"ASL is a bridge to connect with one of my best friends."
"ASL isn't just a hobby. It's a language, and it's important to be culturally competence and inclusive, because we are diverse."