• Services


    check_markSign Language Interpreters 

    check_markNote Taking 


    A Captionist is trained to type spoken English, or to use automatic Speech Writing, that is visible to read on a laptop computer. The captionist will input the instructor's lecture, as well as notes, onto the laptop and make them available to you.

    check_markAssistive Listening Devices 

    Assistive Listening devices can be available for loan to use in the classroom. One of the devices is called an FM system, which is a wireless, portable battery-operated device that sends speech to a receiver. The student wears the FM receiver unit and the instructor will use a microphone. This is to help students and reduce surrounding noises.


    check_markTesting Accommodations 

    check_markAcademic Peer Instruction 

    check_markJob Development 

    Our Job Development Liaison, skilled in ASL and Signed English, is available to assist you with your job preparation skills such as identify and researching job opportunities, writing a resume, etc. Our liaison collaborates with LaGuardia's Employment & Career Services Center, CUNY LEADS Project, and external employment agencies.







    Program for Deaf Adults 

    Mailing Address:
    31-10 Thomson Avenue
    Room C-203
    Long Island City, NY 11101

    29-10 Thomson Avenue
    Long Island City, NY 11101

     (718) 482-5324 Voice
     (917) 832-1207 VP
     (718) 609-2069 Fax

         Sue Livingston, PhD
         Professor, Basic Skills
     (718) 482-5621
    thumb_email  slivings@lagcc.cuny.edu 

         Kim Lucas, MA
         Academic Advisor/Coordinator of Accommodation Support Servicea
     (917) 832-1203 VP
    thumb_email  kimluc@lagcc.cuny.edu 

         Jane Rizzuto, MBA
         Coordinator Interpreter
     (718) 482-5309 Voice
    thumb_email  jrizzuto@lagcc.cuny.edu