Special Features of the Intensive Language and Culture Program
- Safe, suburban environment
- 20 hours of English (ESL) per week in speaking, listening, reading, writing and grammar.
- Additional afternoon classes available at no extra cost
- Three levels of ESL classes
- Small ESL class size
- One-on-one tutoring
- Take classes in your major for credit while you study ESL
- Highly qualified and caring teachers who give you personal attention
- No TOEFL necessary to enter the ESL program
- On-campus dormitories available
Study ESL and Take Regular Classes
Students in the Intensive Language and Culture Program are able to take up to 7 credits of non-ESL classes. This means that you can begin work on your degree while you study ESL! You are also welcome to study ESL only.
Spring 2014 Orientation for New Students: January 15-16
Orientation begins on January 15 at 9:00 am.
Please click below for the schedules for that Wednesday and Thursday.
Orientation Agenda for January 15-16
*Classes start on Friday, January 17 for returning ESL students.