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Help Deaf or Hard of Hearing Students in University

Learn how a university can help deaf or hard of hearing students succeed and pursue a university degree in the same school with hearing students.
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This article explains how to help deaf or hard of hearing students succeed in university. It is written for professors and administrators at a university where most students can hear, but one or more students are deaf or hard of hearing. Most of the web links listed here are for people in the United States. But the general information about how to accommodate the needs of deaf or hard of hearing students may be useful anywhere.

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