Offers English as a Second Language (ESL)
Ofrecen Cursos de ESL (el Estudio de Inglés Como Segundo Idioma)
Durante el Año Entero en Mercer County Community College
WEST WINDSOR, N.J. -- Mercer County Community College (MCCC) invites speakers
of Spanish to take credit and noncredit classes in English as a Second
Language (ESL) at its two campuses. MCCC offers a variety of programs
and courses, for the beginner to more advanced learners of English.
At the college's James Kerney Campus in downtown Trenton, the English
Language Institute (ELI) provides English instruction combined with computer-assisted
learning. Instruction is available mornings, afternoons and evenings.
Hybrid or blended classes that combine classroom time with distance learning
are also under development. ELI students may continue their studies in
credit programs at MCCC and then transfer to four-year colleges. To learn
more, call the English Language Institute at 609-570-3185, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org,
or visit room KC118 on the James Kerney Campus.
As needs are identified, some credit course sections at the James Kerney
Campus are offered in a bilingual mode for students whose native language
is Spanish. With English as the primary language, instructors use Spanish
as needed to help students master course objectives.
the college's suburban West Windsor Campus, the English as a Second Language
(ESL) program offers non-native speakers an opportunity to develop their
English skills as part of their college program. ESL classes are available
to full- or part-time for students to prepare them for entering a degree
program, and for those who wish to improve their skills for personal or
employment reasons. Students who wish to enroll in the program need to
complete an ESL placement test at the International Student Services office.
International students who wish to enter a program of study must complete
the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL), administered worldwide
by Educational Testing Service. The college's Enrollment Services office
provides a packet detailing other current requirements for international
The credit ESL program consists of courses that stress English grammar,
speech, reading, and writing skills. Students who complete the highest-level
courses in writing (ESL 135) and reading/critical thinking (ESL 141) are
ready to enter into a full-time college program. Students at lower levels
of competence in English may enroll in a limited number of college courses
according to their ability in specific disciplines. For information about
credit ESL programs, e-mail email@example.com
or call 609-570-3438.
Mercer County Community College has an open-admissions policy and affordable
classes. Information about all of Mercer's programs is available online
here, or by calling the Enrollment
Services office at 609-570-3795.
on ESL programs