NDC Secures Second OSEP Grant for Another Five Years of Funding

Start Your Semester Strong with Back to School Guides from the National Deaf Center

Madison College Embraces Change for #DeafSuccess

Prepare for the Fall Semester by Improving Strategies for Coordinating Accommodations

As Fall semester approaches, the National Deaf Center on Postsecondary Outcomes (NDC) is here to help! Whether returning to physical classes, staying virtual, or using a hybrid model, effective coordination and management of accommodations across different settings is complex and multifaceted.

To ensure that your campus is prepared to support accommodation requests, take a system-wide approach that includes key players outside your department — faculty, information technology staff, and campus staff, for example.

Get the Ins and Outs of Accommodations on NDC's New Accommodations 101 Page

Accommodations are not one-size-fits-all, and are as varied as deaf people themselves. But that doesn’t mean that finding the right combination of accommodations needs to be difficult or confusing.

Deafverse’s Choose Your Future Activity Kit Helps Deaf Youth Build Self-Determination

The National Deaf Center’s groundbreaking free online game Deafverse gives deaf youth a fun and safe space to practice applying self-determination skills at home, in school, and in the community. Self-determination is about acting or causing things to happen in your life so that you can reach your goals.

Find the Perfect Summer Job with These Tips and Resources from NDC

Avoid the summer slide by encouraging deaf students to build skills, confidence, and independence and prepare for future careers through work-based learning experiences.

These experiences involve hands-on learning and immersion in real-life work settings while developing work-related technical skills (e.g. communication, critical thinking, leadership, teamwork and problem-solving) and gaining insight into the labor market.

State Spotlight: South Carolina Shows Deaf Students New Roads to #DeafSuccess

Deaf students across the country are constantly being underestimated, and working against stereotypes that lower the expectations others have for them and that they have for themselves. In fact, low expectations is one of the root causes for the achievement gap between deaf and hearing people identified by researchers at the National Deaf Center on Postsecondary Outcomes.

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Building Relationships Using Interpreting Services

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