The English as a Second Language (ESL) Program offers assistance to undergraduate and graduate students for whom English is a second language. You will be supported in your academic coursework through classes, one-on-one instructor assistance, peer tutoring, and conversation partners. The program coordinator evaluates your learning needs upon entering the program and determines course placement and appropriate support systems. The coordinator often consults with faculty to develop effective classroom and assessment strategies. In addition, area business people with post-secondary education and intermediate/advanced English skills may enroll in our classes.