Registration is open year round.
To register just copy and paste the registration letter below into an email
and send it to Dr. Bill at:
Then use "this link" to pay your tuition. Within
72 hours after registering and paying tuition you will receive a "Welcome"
email with instructions on how to take and succeed in your ASL course.
ASL University Course Registration Letter:
Dear Dr. Bill Vicars,
I would like to register for your "American Sign Language Course." I understand
ASLU is an
online private school that includes a series of ASL courses and
other resources and does not award college credit. The ASLU
Units (CEUs) which document participation in an organized continuing
education experience under responsible sponsorship, capable
direction, and qualified instruction.
In addition to various online assignments and quizzes, in order to
pass an ASLU class I must complete a
proctored final examination as well as a video-recorded project --
each at a level of 70% or better accuracy. If I'm working toward a degree or
diploma I should approach my local college, school district, or employer
before enrolling in this program to determine the
transferability of ASLU's courses. Successfully completing this program will
likely require approximately 75 hours of direct study per course
plus practice, assignment completion, and testing. I understand that the cost is $483 per course. A full refund
is available for the first 3 days after
enrollment. After which there is no refund as long as I am
provided with an appropriate curriculum, reasonable access to a
qualified ASL instructor for questions, reasonable access to the ASL
University website (Lifeprint.com or equivalent), and an evaluation of my
video project & final exam for up to one year from the
receiving access to the course. There is no guarantee that
I will pass. My grade will be based on
how well I do in my studies based on the professional experience of a
qualified ASL instructor. Here is my information:
First and Last Name:
Student's email &
Registering for which course level:
The name on the credit card is:
Student's reason for taking this class
-- local school, program, or
Pay Tuition: CLICK HERE
After those two things (your registration letter and your payment of
tuition) you are all set. Within about 72 hours you'll get a
"Welcome" email with important information including a link to the
right syllabus for your course and
instructions on how to successfully complete the course.
No need to read further but I'll put some
info for those who might be paying with a check.
* For "How this course is being paid for" if you are paying by
credit card (you don't need a Paypal account. Paypal let's you choose an
option to "pay with credit card")
indicate whose name the payment is under, if you are paying via
check, then indicate what account it is from and put the student and
ASL level in the memo line. If
your local school district is going to pay for the course then
indicate the name of the person or district whose name is on the the
If you are paying by check, you can make it out to "Lifeprint"
and print your registration letter and send it with
your check ($483 per course) to: Lifeprint, William Vicars, 8506
Everglade Dr., Sacramento, CA 95826-3617. Then within about three
business days after receipt of payment (usually the same day -- remember to
include your email address!) you will get
an "Welcome" email with your course information, a link to your syllabus,
and instructions on how to successfully complete the course.
A former student "rbrown" writes:
Subject: Re: ASLU: Level 2: Russell Brown: Video Project Results /
Thank you so much! This experience has opened new doors for my
future and has made me a better student overall! I will be passing
the word about ASLU to everybody as well as information about the
ASL lifestyle and culture. I greatly appreciate everything you have
done to help be succeed.
Sent from my Verizon Wireless
May I have your permission to post that quote?
If not, that is fine too.
-- Dr. Bill
In a message dated 11/25/____ 12:08:55 P.M. Pacific Standard Time, rbrown writes:
Yes sir you may!