The English as a Second Language Program serves students from all over the world, providing coursework for comprehensive language development. A wide range of content and materials, presented through interesting methodology, make the experience of ESL effective and practical. Proficiency levels from intermediate to advanced are welcome. Participants are undergraduate, graduate, and professional level. Small classes (8 to 15 people) enable students to advance rapidly.
How to Apply
To apply online, click on the link below. Once in the application, please remember to indicate "English as a Second Language (ESL)" under "Student Type."
Classes are offered in speaking/listening, reading, vocabulary development, writing/grammar skills, accent improvement and American culture, toward academic proficiency and social communication. Special emphasis is placed on university preparation: written expression, TOEFL preparation, vocabulary expansion, comprehension, and speaking skills.
Fall 2015: August 31 - December 7
Spring 2016: January 11 - April 25
- May Intersession: May 09-26
- Summer I: June 06 - 30
- Summer II: July 7 - August 07