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Center for American Sign Language

Mission Statement

The Center for American Sign Language (ASL) prepares students for personal or professional related skills to be able to understand and communicate with the Deaf Community in a Christ-centered faith-based setting.

Contact Center Director, Bobbette (Bobbi) Long

We create connection within the ASL community

  • ASL Studies
  • Deaf Ministry
  • Organization Partnership: Local and National
  • DHH Educational Partnership
  • Employment Referral
  • Information Referral
  • Community ASL Education
  • Community Outreach Events

Benefits of ASL

Appeals to visual learners and can aid in their goals

Boosts brain power and memory is improved

Helps develop a greater ability to multi-task

Builds confidence and social skills

Improved decision-making ability

Command of first language is improved

Enhanced performance in other academic areas

Increases flexibility and openness to other cultures

Expands career options and opportunities

Builds a keener mind

Aids in self-discovery and self-actualization

Boosts creativity and improves problem solving ability

Interested in learning more about ASL?
View Our Resources List

Student Quotes


  • Hands and Voices Family Camps
  • Deaf Awareness Day @ the Sacramento Zoo
  • Jessup Theatre and Chapel Performances
  • DHH+ (Deaf/Hard of Hearing+) Harvest Carnivals
  • Deaf Workshops

Give to the Center

We need your partnership and value your stewardship. Please consider partnering with us in both prayer and financial support to make this vision a reality and sustain the vision and calling for many years to come.

Please select the Center for American Sign Language in the Gift Designation dropdown on the giving form.

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