Language Lab


أهلاً و سهلاً ¡Bienvenidos! добро пожаловать! 接 待. Bienvenue! よう こそ!Bem-vindo! Willkommen!
All university faculty, staff, and students are welcome at the 504 Sanford Hall Lab--fifth floor, across from the elevator.

We have the software you need: Chrome, Firefox, Safari, Word, Powerpoint, Excel, iTunes, dictionaries and spell-checks for French, Spanish and German, fonts for Arabic, Chinese, Japanese, and Russian and more. We help with oral recordings, accent marks and general technical support. Antidote is available at three of the Macs in the center pod. 

The lab is occasionally reserved for a language class (see calendar). 

Lab Hours:

  •  Academic Year: Monday-Thursday 9am-5pm and Friday 9am-2pm 
  •  Summers: Monday-Friday 8am-12pm 

The Lab is closed whenever there are no classes in session.


The subsidized print fee is three cents per page charged to your AppCard. You can put money on your Appcard at Ann Belk Media Center, Trivitte Hall by the Duck Pond, or Plemmons Student Union computer lab.

To print: Click File and Print; enter your username in the pop-up window; swipe your Appcard at the printer, select your print job, and "Voila!"  We are happy to assist you with single, multi-image, or double-sided printing.

Mango Languages is available in 63 Languages! 

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placement testing

Every fall the department co-hosts the Latin American Film Series. An event open to students, faculty and the public in general. Admission is free. Schedule information of the films is posted on the first week of August.


Department of Languages, Literatures & Cultures
Sanford Hall
225 Locust Street
ASU Box 32063
Boone, NC 28608-2063
(828) 262-3095 (office)
(828) 262-7079 (fax)

DLLC Department Chair 
Dr. James Fogelquist 
520 Sanford Hall
(828) 262-3096 

DLLC Assistant Chair
Dr. Catherine Fountain
529 Sanford Hall
(828) 262-2308 

DLLC Administrative Assistant
Ms. Cindy Trivette
521 Sanford Hall
(828) 262-3095 

LARC Director
Dr. Paul Sebastian
524 Sanford Hall
(828) 262-2932

UNC World Language Exchange

The World Language exchange was created in 2013 to manage the sharing of less commonly taught languages across the UNC system. This exchange offers access to a variety of languages such as Persian, Cherokee and Ancient Greek as well as courses that explore culture.

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