the history of deaf colleges in the world
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this is Gallaudet University the very first deaf collage it was named after Thomas Hopkins Gallaudet.
HI, my name is Edward Miner Gallaudet
There are 6 deaf collages around the world, another one is the National Technical Institute for the Deaf located in new york.
home of the tigers
collage number 3 is the Rochester Institute of Technology which is the first and largest technological college in the world for students who are deaf or hard of hearing.
the next collage is Southwest Collegiate Institute for the Deaf fun fact: the average tuition is approximately $4,070 per year for in-state students.
known for there basketball
Ohlone College is a community college in Fremont, California with a second campus located in Newark, California.
National University Corporation Tsukuba University of Technology, or NTUT, is a national university in Tsukuba, Ibaraki, Japan. thre goal is for there students to be professionals with a high degree of sophistication as well as solid vocational skills.
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