ESL Class Schedule
Semesters and Intersessions
|Fall Semester 2020||August 24, 2020 - December 13, 2020|
|Winter Intersession 2021||January 4, 2021 - February 14, 2021|
|Spring Semester 2021||February 22, 2021 - June 13, 2021|
|Summer Intersession 2021||June 21, 2021 - August 1, 2021|
|Fall Semester 2021||August 30, 2021 - December 19, 2021|
SPRING 2021 CLASS SCHEDULE | February 22 - June 13
In level classes, you will learn integrated English skills such as listening, speaking, reading, writing, grammar, idioms, and pronunciation. Learn about Level Classes...
Speaking classes focus on listening comprehension and speaking skills. Learn about Speaking classes...
Writing classes focus on reading and writing skills using a variety of reading materials and topics. Learn about Writing classes...
Reading classes focus on reading skills for academic and workplace success. Learn about Reading classes...
-or- T Th 5:15PM-6:45PM
Plan to spend 4 to 9 hours
on Canvas classwork each week.
These classes are for students who have a very specific goal such as preparing for the citizenship interview, TOEFL exam, or improving pronunciation. Learn about Specialized Skill classes...
Advanced reading, listening, speaking, and writing skills in preparation for standardized tests, such as Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL).CLASS TIMET Th
11:40AM-2:10PMStudy any time.
Plan to spend 10 to 15 hours
on Canvas classwork each week.
Citizenship Preparation (L3-L6)
Preparation for the United States Citizenship interview. Recommended for non-native English speaking students with intermediate or advanced English skills.CLASS TIMESaturday
Pronunciation & Communication Skills
Pronunciation for non-native speakers. Focuses on improving articulation, stress, intonation patterns, and listening.CLASS TIMEM W
VESL 1 consists of 4 classes: VESL Speaking C, VESL Writing C, Career & Life Planning, and Computer Keyboarding.CANVAS COURSEWORK1.5 hours per day required1.5 hours per day required
VESL 2 consists of 2 classes: Microcomputer Applications (covers Windows Operating System, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Access) and a LabCANVAS COURSEWORK1.5 hours per day required1.5 hours per day required
ESU: Real Estate (L5-L6, VESL)
Real Estate vocabulary and topics including real estate law, types of properties, mortgage fundamentals, and property management.CLASS TIMEM W
ESU: Accounting (L4-L6)
English for careers in accounting: vocabulary, cross-cultural awareness, ethics in accounting, problem solving techniques, and business idioms.CLASS TIMET Th
ESL For Health Professionals (L5-L6, VESL)
English for careers in healthcare. Medical vocabulary, medically-related documents and presentations.CANVAS COURSEWORKStudy any time.
Plan to spend 4 to 9 hours on
Canvas classwork each week.
BASIC COMPUTING (L4-L6)
Introduction to the personal computer, including terminology and basic computer operations in a Windows environment. Create documents in applications such as Microsoft Word; includes basic computer maintenance and problem-solving techniques.CLASS TIMESaturdays