Students interested in enrolling in the ESOL program must take the ESL ACCUPLACER test. This test assesses a student’s reading, listening and grammar ability. Students accepted for English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) courses must have a high school diploma, a GED, or pass "Ability to Benefit" tests.
Moving from ESOL to Your Major Program
Before starting a major program, ESOL students must finish all required ESOL courses. ESOL 0850 is the last course students take in the ESOL program.
Upon successful completion of ESOL 0850, students may begin one of the career and technical programs, enroll in general education course, or take further developmental coursework in English (ENGL 0922) and/or Reading (READ 0722). Students will work with ESOL advisors in order to choose the course that are required for their chosen major and language ability.