ESL for Community, College and Career
English as a Second Language (ESL) for Community, College and Career is a program designed to help you with your English skills. Learn to read, write, listen and speak English for your job and everyday communication.
The ESL for Community, College and Career program is a noncredit offering.
Fifty hours integrated skills course includes: reading, writing, listening, and speaking English used in everyday communication, for transition into college, and/or in the workplace.
Our Harrisburg courses are offered in the morning and afternoon, and our Lancaster classes are offered in the evening. Course level availability is based on 10 student minimum enrollment. Registration fees for our 10 week classes are $250. Textbooks are $35.
How do I sign up for new student orientation?
All new students must register and pay for new student orientation to reserve their seat in one of our classes. Orientation is held 4 times per year, a few weeks before the start of the next class session.
Last day to register for Session 2 Orientation is March 22, 2019.
Register here for the next scheduled orientation at our Harrisburg and Lancaster campuses.
How do I sign up if I'm a returning student?
Contact us for more information!
To learn about ESL for Community, College and Career, sign up for new student orientation or schedule placement testing, contact:
Requisitos para Registrarse: Llamar al 717-780-2449 para establecer una cita para la Orientación y Tomar un Examen.