What is the ASL Consortium?
In short, the ASL Consortium consists of post-secondary leadership at Seattle Central College (SCC), as well as 15 supportive high school district directors of Career and Technical Education (CTE). The two groups worked together to make a plan for high school American Sign Language students across the state. The consortium’s goal is to encourage continued study of ASL by offering college credit through SCC for students meeting the agreement’s academic standards.
Want to participate in the ASL Consortium?
If you are a student, parent, teacher, or school administrator in the state of Washington and you are interested in participating in the ASL Consortium, please explore the site using the links in the upper left section of this page.
I am a student or parent looking for information.
Go to the "Students & Parents" link in the middle left section on this page.
I am a teacher or administrator looking for information.
Go to the "Teachers & Administrators" link in the middle left section on this page.
Where can I find a list of high schools approved for ASL credits?
Go to the "Approved Programs" link in the middle left section on this page.
What's the grade conversion look like?
Click here for grade conversion table.
Do you have a list of interpreter training programs that are here or near the state of Washington?
Here is a list of Interpreter Training Programs.
- Interpreter Training Program at Portland Community College
- Western Oregon University (WOU)
- Spokane Falls Community College
- Douglas College, Vancouver, BC, Canada
- Idaho State University
- University of Northern Colorado