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The American Sign Language (ASL) lab is your one-stop place to enhance your language learning. The lab is staffed by native language users and offers a quiet place to study, practice, and complete video assignments for your ASL, Deaf Education and Interpreting classes. The lab assistants are available to help you with vocabulary development, ASL course assignments, and to increase your cultural literacy about the Deaf Community. The lab also serves the ASL Club as a central meeting location for club meetings that include silent game night, movie night and holiday celebrations. 


Lab Supervisor and Program Director

Michael Stultz, Associate Instructor, EDIE  

Building 57, Room 1000

Main Office: (904) 620-2930

Spring 2023 Hours of Operation:

Monday; 10am - 7pm               Bradley Stringfellow

Monday; 4pm - 7pm                Michelle Fletter


Tuesday; 10am - 2pm             Darvin Felicien

Tuesday; 2pm - 7pm               Bradley Stringfellow

Tuesday; 4pm - 7pm (Zoom)  Bradley Stringfellow


Wednesday; 10am - 7pm        Wendy Bass


Thursday; 10am - 2pm            Michelle Fletter

Thursday, 2pm -7pm                Wendy Bass


Friday; 10am - 3pm (Zoom)     Michelle Fletter

Friday, 12pm - 3pm (Zoom)     Wendy Bass


Saturday; 1pm - 5pm (Zoom)   Marie Sisk

Zoom link:              

  • Lab Hours

    Monday - Thursdays 10 a.m. - 8 p.m.

    Fridays 10 a.m. - 3 p.m. (Virtual Only) 

    Saturdays 1 p.m. - 5 p.m. (Virtual Only) 

    Please access the following link to visit the virtual lab:

    Note: The hours or lab assistants may change based on other factors. 

    Questions about the lab should be directed to Michael Stultz at