ASL Interpreting & CART Captioning
The Disability Resource Center employs certified and licensed ASL Interpreters, and certified Communication Access Real-time Translation (CART) captioners to provide services to individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing. These services are available for all University sponsored activities, on or off campus (classes, meetings, workshops, performances, sports and other events, etc.).
If you are planning an event or activity, make sure all information communicated is accessible.
Requesting Interpreters, CART Captioners and Assistive Listening Devices
- Please make your request through our online form.
- The first time you make a request, you will be asked to provide your email address and some demographic information. These fields will be automatically populated for future requests.
- Watch this step-by-step video if you have never made a request before or need a refresher.
If you have questions or problems using the form, please contact Catherine Mazzola at email@example.com.
Resources for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Individuals
Assistive Listening Devices:
- FM Systems are loaned to students on a semester basis
- Infrared Systems are equipped with earphones or audio-neck loops designed to reduce noise interference and are loaned out at Centennial Hall
- Arizona Association of the Deaf (AZAD)
- Arizona Commission for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing (ACDHH)
- Adult Loss of Hearing Association (ALOHA)
- Arizona Center for Disability Law
- Deaf Cactus News
- Arizona Freelance Interpreting Service (AzFLIS)
- Arizona Interpreting Service (AIS)
- Access Professional Interpreting (API)
- Community Outreach Program for the Deaf (COPD)
The University of Arizona (Arizona) is committed to ensuring an accessible and inclusive experience for students, employees and all who use University technology and resources. Captioning makes content searchable and can support learning for non-Native English speakers, visual learners and users in noisy environments. In support of Arizona's commitment to accessibility and based on recent Department of Justice (DOJ) findings, Arizona has developed guidance and resources related to accessibility of Arizona online content. To learn more about captioning and online content at Arizona, please visit Arizona's IT Accessibility website.