English as a Second Language
overview brochure (PDF)
Credit ESL courses are courses that prepare students for their long term goal of entering a degree program
You can enroll in ESL courses for credit on both the
West Windsor Campus
and the James
Kerney Campus. The courses include ESL grammar, conversation,
reading, writing and pronunciation. Computer-assisted instruction
(CAI) is also available on both campuses.
To find the right course, e-mail Savita Bambhrolia at firstname.lastname@example.org or Amy Immordino at email@example.com. We can then discuss what you need to do to begin your registration process. Credit courses require placement testing, so after you've completed an MCCC application, you may call 609-570-3295 to make an appointment to take the free placement test in the Academic Testing Center. The Center is located on the second floor of the Student Center on the West Windsor Campus. The test can also be taken on the James Kerney Campus (JKC) in room KC409. For more information at JKC, please call 609-586-4800 ext. 6633 or 6635.
View credit course descriptions.
View suggested course sequence for ESL program.
The noncredit ESL program offers affordable noncredit grammar and vocabulary classes. The program is designed for students who want to improve their English proficiency but who are not enrolled in a degree program at Mercer and do not plan to pursue a degree.
You can enroll in English as a Second Language (ESL) courses for noncredit
on both the West Windsor
Campus and the James
For more information about registration for Non-Credit ESL courses, please contact the conference center at 609-570-3311.
Levels from Pre-Beginner to Advanced include "real-world" Listening, Speaking, Reading, Writing, Grammar, Vocabulary, and Pronunciation.
STEP 1: Take the free test.
STEP 2: Choose a class time that's convenient for you:
STEP 3: Start studying!
- Monday - Thursday
- Mornings - 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.; or
- Afternoons - 12:30 to 2:30 p.m.; or
- Evenings - 5:30 to 8 p.m.; or
With professional ESL instructors and support services such as financial aid and academic advising, thousands of ELI students have gained better employment, entered higher education, and become more deeply involved in the community.
To start, call 609-570-3185, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit room KC118 on the James Kerney Campus.