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Sunset on the Wilbur Cross Building, where UCIS is located.

Our Mission

University of Connecticut Interpreting Services (UCIS) cultivates universal inclusion and meaningful access by ensuring a comprehensively accessible educational environment for d/Deaf and hard of hearing students, faculty, staff, and visitors through the provision of exceptional communication access services, leading technologies, community-building enterprises, and educational programming that respond to the dynamic academic, professional, and cultural demands of a public research university.

Contact Us


Center for Students with Disabilities
Wilbur Cross Building, Room 204
233 Glenbrook Road, Unit 4174
Storrs, CT 06269-4174


ucis@uconn.edu

860-486-2020

860-553-3243

860-486-4412


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News & Events

  • What Do YOU Want to See at CRT?
    We’re partnering with the Connecticut Repertory Theatre (CRT) again this semester to offer an ASL-interpreted performance of their Fall productions: The Grapes of Wrath, Good Children, and A Civil War Christmas: An American Musical Celebration.  Here’s Milmaglyn Morales to tell us more:   Which shows do you want to see ASL-interpreted? Vote Now! Polls close […]
  • 2018 Open House: 7/13
    Please join us for our annual Open House on Friday, July 13 to learn more about who we are, what we do, where we’re going, and how you can get involved! RSVP by July 7: s.uconn.edu/rsvpUCIS
  • Deaf Professionals: Breaking the Sound Barrier
    Can’t see the ASL announcement? Click Here. UConn Interpreting Services and the Center for Students with Disabilities welcomes you to join us for a memorable event on Tuesday September 26, 2017, from 6:00-8:00 at the Legislative Office Building in Hartford, CT. This is the first celebration of its kind in Connecticut, and our excitement in […]
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Vote Now!

Each semester, UCIS supports an ASL-interpreted performance at CRT.  Check out the upcoming season and cast your vote.  Which shows do you want to see ASL-interpreted?