Resources

Interactive Learning

Instead of using only the traditional lecture format, business classes involve a variety of learning activities, presentations, online discussion boards, study groups, electronic references, and e-mail. 

"Smart" Classrooms

Classrooms are equipped with equipment that allow students to videotape their work. Students and professors also have access to high-tech visual aids, the Internet, and other technologies during their presentations.

Real-World Professional Guidance

Deaf and hard of hearing professionals and community leaders visit classes to discuss communication challenges and successes in the work world, accessibility issues, and are also called upon to evaluate student presentations.

Tax Tips from the IRS

Check out the IRS in American Sign Language channel on a variety of tax and recovery (ARRA) topics - with ASL, captions, and voice-over! You can click on the subscription button next to "IRS in American Sign language (ASL)" to be notified when new ASL videos become available.

Remember, everything you need to complete your taxes is at your fingertips on www.irs.gov.