ESL (English as a Second Language) Students

Non-native speakers are required to take the ESL placement test to determine the starting English level.

There are six levels of credit ESL instruction. While these credits are not applied toward a degree program, they are eligible for financial aid.

  • Intermediate I, II
  • Advanced I, II
  • Strategies of the American Classroom
  • Advanced Reading and Writing

Supplemental Credit Courses include: Pronunciation, Advanced Listening and Speaking, Fundamentals of Grammar, Advanced Grammar, Reading and Vocabulary.

In addition to the credit ESL program, the College also offers other ESL programs including:

  • ESL College Pathways III-IV

For more information on ESL offerings, call Admissions at (609) 343-4830.