The Department of Languages offers credit-bearing courses in ASL and a B.A. major in ASL/Modern Languages. Read more, including about the ASL-English Educational Interpreting Certificate at the Clemson ASL site. Information on ASL Club and other activities normally included.
You can also find out more about the UCG SC Educational Interpreting Center.
Are you located in Greenville but need access to materials from the Clemson Libraries?
We now provide delivery services.
If you need a book or an article that Cooper Library does not have, you may be able to get it from another library.
When looking for an article, make a request through our Resource Sharing/ILL office.
When looking for a book, try PASCAL Delivers.
Search the catalog for the title of the book, then click the green icon to the right of your search results.
If another South Carolina library does not have the book you need, submit a standard Interlibrary Loan request.
This guide will help you find information and resources related to American Sign Language and Deaf Culture.
Browse this guide's tabs to learn about a variety of books, DVDs, websites, dictionaries, and journals to which Cooper Library offers access.
See a brief introduction to ASL as posted via Gallaudet University Library.
Interested in the Deaf community and culture?
The National Association of the Deaf offers a helpful FAQ.
Student Accessibility Services (SAS) offers reasonable accommodations to students at Clemson. It is now located in the Academic Success Center.
South Carolina Relay System: 711
SAS also offers assistive technology training for students with differing abilities.