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California State University Northridge was the first mainstream university in the nation to provide full-time professional interpreters in the classroom. Professional interpreters are available to meet student' communication needs in academic classes, related activities, university events, Associated Students activities and other on-campus events.
To request an interpreter, stop by NCOD and fill out a request or email us or call us at (818) 677-2054 TTY/V. Be sure to give us all information so that the interpreter shows up at the right place at the right time on the right day! Requests should be made 72 hours in advance.
For more information on interpreting, please contact Shawn Clark, Coordinator of Interpreting Services, at firstname.lastname@example.org or (818) 677-2614 TTY/V.
Utilizing a variety of computer transcription services for our deaf and hard of hearing students. NCOD has some of the most cutting-edge technology.
Do you want to request a captionist? Stop by NCOD and fill out a request or email us at email@example.com or call us at (818) 677-2054 TTY/V. Be sure to give us all the information so that the captionist shows at the right place at the right time on the right day! Request should be made 72 hours in advance.
For more information on captioning services, please contact Scott Selna, Coordinator of Print Communications at firstname.lastname@example.org or (818) 671-4783.
Volunteer Notetaking Program [VNP]
Taking notes in the classroom can be a challenge for those who rely primarily on sight for communication. National Center on Deafness provides an opportunity for students in the classroom to be volunteer notetakers for their deaf and hard of hearing classmates.
The benefit of being a volunteer is receiving Priority Registration clearance for the following semester (during fall/spring semesters) or receiving a $50 gift card (during summer/winter sessions)..
Volunteers are required to take a one-time, online training provided at the VNP webpage.
For more information on volunteer notetaking services, please contact Scott Selna, Coordinator of Print Communications at email@example.com or (818) 671-4783.
NCOD's well-educated tutors can help enhance your success in the classroom. From English to Biology, many of our tutors teach in the subject they are majoring in. Most of them are deaf or hard of hearing, and they all know sign language. This can be of enormous benefit in sharpening study skills, identifying problem areas, gaining greater mastery of subject materials, and developing greater confidence in your ability to excel in class. For more information, please contact Aileen Rolon at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Want more information? Or interested in becoming a tutor for NCOD? Please contact Aileen Rolon.