English as a Second Language
For students who have little or no knowledge of English. Teaches students to speak, read and write using basic vocabulary to describe themselves and their environment.
For students who can speak and write about themselves and their environment using basic vocabulary and structures. They will expand their vocabulary and knowledge of structures and practice using them in everyday situations.
Students will strengthen and refine their use of structures learned previously and learn new structures and vocabulary. Students will practice conversation, listening comprehension, reading for meaning, and paragraph writing.
Note: These courses do not apply to any associate degree or career certificate program.
Seats are assigned on the basis of students' test scores and class availability; taking the placement test does not guarantee a seat in a class.
Contact the Adult Basic Education, GED & ESL Division.
The Accelerating Opportunity program provides ESL and GED students Adult Education assistance while taking classes toward earning a career certificate.
For Current Students
Priority registration should be used by students who are currently attending classes and would like to enroll for the following semester. Once we verify this information, your request will be confirmed.