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Sign Language Interpreters
DMACC employs licensed staff interpreters to provide communication access district-wide for students who are deaf/hard of hearing. DMACC's interpreters value the rights of deaf/hard of hearing students, meet the requirements of the Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf (RID), and support students in reaching their full potential.
Interpreting Services may be scheduled for classes, meetings, peer tutoring, homework help in the Academic Achievement Center, and other DMACC-sponsored events.
Staff Interpreter Directory
Interpreter Request Form
» Fill out an Interpreter Request Form
1. How do I request an interpreter for a DMACC related appointment or event?
Complete an Interpreter Request Form.
2. How do I request a sign language interpreter for classes?
Apply for accommodations. Visit the How to Apply page for application information.
» Fill out an Interpreter Request Form (Note: You will need to log in with your DMACC user name and password to access the form from off campus)
3. Do you offer a Disability Services orientation?
Yes, we offer an orientation each August that provides general information. If you are a student registered with the Disability Services Office, you will be invited to attend.
4. Will I have DMACC staff interpreters or freelance interpreters?
Sign language interpreters are assigned based on availability and student need.
5. Who should I contact if I am going to be late or cannot attend class?
Contact information will be determined the first week of classes.
6. Who should I contact if I have concerns regarding my accommodations?
Contact Jennifer Argo, Disability Services Coordinator, at email@example.com or at 515-964-6850.
7. What student clubs are available on the DMACC campuses?
The DIS-Adversity Club is a club available on-campus among many other clubs at DMACC. Visit the DMACC Club website for more information.