|Do I have to take the ESL Assessment Test to register for ESL Center courses?||Yes. We strongly advise it.|
|What is the best way to register for courses in the ESL Center?||If you are unsure about registering, come in and see us! We are happy to help you. We are located in the Learning Resource Center.|
|What kinds of things can I study and learn?||We have many opportunities for you to practice reading, listening, speaking, vocabulary, grammar and help with writing organization. We even have a computer lab for you to use to practice your English skills. You can choose what you want to study to help your English skills.|
|Do I have to be enrolled in other ESL classes in order to enroll in the ESL Center courses?||No.|
|I'm taking "regular" English classes in the English Department (not in the ESL department). Can I still get help at the ESL Center?||Yes, as long as you take the ESL Assessment Test (the assessment test for students whose first language is not English).|
|How much homework will I have?||None. All of your work is done in the ESL Center.|
|Can I use a computer?||Yes, but only for the exercises and work for your ESL Center classes. We have many language programs and software that we use to help you with your English skills.|
|Can I get help with being more comfortable speaking and understanding Americans?||Yes. We have exercises and practice to help you with speaking and listening skills, learning about culture and American idioms and phrases.|
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