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ASL Club WEEK 10!! We'll be having our usual Beginner's Meeting this TUESDAY, March 7th, from 5-6pm and will be doing a fun ASL Potluck after from 6-7pm! Both are in HUB 214!

Half of the Beginner's meeting will be about sign language linguistics, and the other half will be about some of the more popular LGBTQ+ signs that are spreading throughout the community!

No meeting on Thursday!


We're currently looking for more Officers for the ASL Club! If you are interested in taking on any of the positions available, please either fill out this form OR email us directly at

 ASL Club Officer:

Position Overview:

Attends at minimum two or three meetings during the quarter to help the President and other officers run the meeting along with any and all events, officer meetings, fundraisers, etc. Also is responsible for assisting the President, Vice President, Treasurer, Outreach Coordinator, and Social Media Coordinator with their weekly tasks (trust me, you'll never run out of things to do and possibilities to create something).

Expect to spend no more than 3-5 hours a week at minimum (there is plenty of work to be done if you want to go above and beyond!).

Responsibilities and Duties:

  • Attend Officer meetings (bi-weekly) 

  • Attend and assist in conducting two or three weekly club meetings a quarter.

  • Attend and assist in conducting events, fundraisers, etc during the quarter.

  • Helping the President, Vice President, Treasurer, Outreach Coordinator, and/or Social Media Coordinator with tasks that they can't get to.


Preferred (but not exactly required) Qualifications:

  • Has roughly 3-5 hours to spare and dedicate to the club per week.

  • Has some prior knowledge of American Sign Language (or any signed language) or is currently taking or has taken ANY ASL class.

  • Preferred-but-absolutely-will-not-be-held-against-you: Deaf, Hard of Hearing, or CODA individual (someone with lived experience and strong ties to the Deaf community and Deaf culture).



We are the University of Washington's American Sign Language (ASL) Club. We bring Deaf, hard-of-hearing, and hearing students together by communicating in ASL, learning about Deaf culture and supporting Deaf communities.

The UW ASL Club is run by five officers:
Vice President
Outreach Coordinator
Social Media Coordinator
Treasurer (OPEN)

Upcoming Events
While the UW ASL Club has bi-weekly meetings and club events, we also go to Deaf events in the Seattle community. Click "more" to find out the latest events in Seattle!

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