Signing Seminoles at Florida State University

FSU Signing Seminoles

The Signing Seminoles program provides opportunities for all interested FSU students to meet and practice signing in voice-off environments.  The casual "ASL Language Table" is currently held at Chick Fila on campus each Wednesday from 10:15-10:45am, and special events are hosted monthly.

Mondays 10:15-10:45am

Destiny A. is a junior from Tallahassee, Florida. She is in the Communication Science and Disorders undergraduate program, with a minor in Child Development. Her career goal is to become a Speech Language Pathologist. She is a member of FSU Honors Student Association, NSSLHA, ASLHS and she is a Signing Seminoles host.

Grace T. is a senior at Florida State University. She is majoring in Communication Science and Disorders and hopes to become an audiologist one day. Grace loves American Sign Language and hopes to use it to communicate with her future clients more personally and respectfully. She can’t wait to lead Signing Seminoles this semester and get to know everyone in a voice off environment!

Wednesdays 9:00-9:30am

Katie G. Is a junior in the Communication Science and Disorders program at Florida State University. She loves hosting Signing Seminole meetings because it gives students a chance to use their ASL skills in a casual environment! Along with school work, she is involved in National Student Speech Language Hearing Association, Delta Nu Zeta Sorority, Omicron Delta Kappa Honor Society, and the National Alliance on Mental Illness. She hopes to earn her masters in Speech Language Pathology and to later become an SLP in an elementary or K-8 school.
Chelsea C. is a senior at Florida State University. Her goal is to become a Speech Language Pathologist and to use American Sign Language with her future clients. She loves furthering students' knowledge in ASL by hosting Signing Seminoles Wednesday mornings.