We believe that all deaf people can
thrive. grow. blossom.

As deaf people leave high school and prepare for college or careers, the National Deaf Center wants them to succeed. Our research shows that deaf people are not completing college degrees, getting jobs, or earning as much as hearing people. We’re here to change that.

What We Offer

  • Online Learning Modules

    A variety of free learning opportunities where participants can support deaf students, discuss concerns and challenges, and learn from national experts.

  • Research & Data

    Explore current data and research about the postsecondary experiences of deaf people.

  • Resources

    Our resources are developed by experts, covering a variety of topics to support evidence-based practices in postsecondary outcomes for deaf individuals—browse guides, templates, overviews, publications, and more!

  • Media Library

    Watch videos of real #deafsuccess stories shared by deaf people across the country, as well as other educational and informational content created just for you by our team.

  • Deafverse

    Deafverse is a choose-your-own-adventure online game created just for deaf teenagers, where they can learn important skills for success in high school and beyond.

Our Services

  • Training & Support

    NDC provides a diverse array of professional development opportunities to support your path towards improving postsecondary experiences for deaf students.

  • Webinars

    Learn from our experts, dive deep into new research and resources, and engage with other professionals in the field.

The latest from NDC

November 6, 2023

Upcoming Facilitated Course: Evaluating Services (DSS Track)

Stay tuned for more information coming soon!
October 26, 2023

2023 Southeast Regional Institute on Deafness Conference

NDC is excited to be attending the 2023 SERID Conference from October 26th-29th in Charlotte, NC. Going? Come find us!
October 17, 2023

Virtual Postsecondary Conference

NDC Virtual Postsecondary Conference provides an opportunity for disability services and other college professionals to learn best practices, acquire new knowledge and resources, and connect with colleagues in the field on providing accessible, equitable, and inclusive college experiences for deaf students.
This is an image of the new DeafVerse Logo in black and white. The logo has a circle-like pattern in between Deaf & Verse giving it a distinct look.

This choose-your-own-adventure game helps deaf youth build self-advocacy skills!

Get Support

The NDC Help Team is here to answer any questions you have! Contact us today to get individualized support, strategies, and resources to help you improve postsecondary outcomes for deaf people.

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