ASL courses offered at a different institution are often not equivalent based on course content, curriculum and credit hours. Therefore, transfer students wishing to continue their ASL studies at UConn are required to consult with one of our ASL instructors to ensure that they are enrolled in the appropriate level ASL course. This also applies to students who have studied ASL in high school or who have life experiences and would like to continue their ASL studies at UConn. Please note, even if transfer credit is awarded after evaluation of a transcript, this does not necessarily constitute permission to enroll in the next level of ASL.
Beginning Fall 2020, current students of the ASL Studies Major looking to take an ASL course at a different institution are required to discuss any plans with one of our ASL faculty members. Online ASL courses are not accepted per University Transfer Credit Guidelines.
Any questions or if a student would like to arrange a time with one of our ASL staff to determine an appropriate ASL placement, contact Linda Pelletier at firstname.lastname@example.org.