Whether your goal is to improve your English to attend college, find a new job, or communicate with your child's school, our non-credit ESL courses can help!
Signing up is easy. Please visit the Continuing Education and Workforce Development office where you will fill out a registration form, and take a placement test to determine your level. Upon completion of the test, you will register you for your desired class date and time, and you can then pay at the Business Office.
ESL courses are held at both the Eastfield College main campus and the Pleasant Grove campus.
Courses are offered during the day and in the evening from Monday to Saturday. There are at least six different time options for each level.
A/B level ESL courses are five or eight weeks, depending on when it is offered and how many times per week the class meets.
$90 for 40 hours of English language instruction, only $2.25 per hour. Books are roughly $35 and can be purchased in the bookstore (N100).
Each level of ESL, 0-5, has both an A and B section. Think of it like Part I and Part II.;Students should always start with the A section and then continue to B. Material covered in B builds on what was learned in A; both A/B must be completed before a student can advance to the next level. Classes split into A and B provide greater flexibility to students for work or family schedule changes.
Noncredit ESL is for those who simply want to learn English. There is a focus on real-world application and improving language skills. No college credit is awarded for ESL courses. ESOL courses are more advanced and designed for those who wish to earn a college degree.
Students who successfully complete Level 5 ESL will earn a certificate of completion.
16 and up.
There are a limited number of free ESL classes offered through the Adult Education & Literacy program. These are basic courses only for students who test into Levels 0-2. Free ESL courses are combined courses and take place off-campus. All students, whether they are Level 0 or Level 2, are in the same class. Call 972-860-7626 for details.
Read more about our Frequently Asked Questions in English and in Spanish.
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