the history of deaf colleges in the world

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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