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All Programs & Languages

Language programs at the SLC are proficiency-oriented and standards-based. Grounded in research and theory on language and on discourse functions, this orientation is adaptive, compensatory, and developmental, not additive. Standards-based refers to the World-Readiness Standards for Learning Languages that attend not only to linguistic dimensions, but also to connections that learners make between languages, cultures, and various academic areas; comparisons between languages and cultures; and a knowledge of the communities and cultures that speak a particular language.

  • American Sign Language (ASL) (First- and Second-year)
  • Cherokee (First-year)
  • Czech (First-year)
  • Dutch (Third-year)
  • Filipino (First- and Second-year)
  • Gujarati (First-year)
  • Hatian Creole (First-year)
  • Hawaiian (First-year)
  • Hindi (First-, Second- and Third-year)
  • Hittite (First-year)
  • Hungarian (First-year)
  • Khmer (First-year)
  • Lakota (First-year)
  • Modern Greek (Second-year)
  • Nahuatl (First- and Second-year)
  • Navajo (First-year)
  • Polish (First-year)
  • Punjabi (Second-year)
  • Quechua (First-year)
  • Romanian (First-year)
  • Sanskrit (First-year)
  • Tibetan (First-year)
  • Ukrainian (First-year)
  • Urdu (First-year)
  • Vietnamese (First- and Second-year)