Learn English in a friendly and comfortable environment
about 6 – 16 students per class
Basic-Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
LMC offers Community Education English as a Second Language (ESL) classes that provide instruction in American English language and culture. These integrated skills and focused skills classes help students to develop communication skills to prepare you for entering college or employment. Enrolled students must be at least 18 years old.
Classes are taught by experienced language teachers that have previously taught English to adults for the purpose of work, living and social integration.
Students receive a certificate of completion for 80% or more class attendance and successful participation in the class.
Fall Registration coming soon
Cost per class
The cost per person per class is $150. Textbooks are in addition to the cost of the class.
Integrated Skills – Basic and Beginner Level
This is a speaking, reading, writing, and listening class designed for beginner-level students. Special attention is given to grammar and vocabulary building. Topics covered are decided by the instructor based on students’ needs.
Integrated Skills – Intermediate Level
This is a speaking, reading, writing, and listening class designed for intermediate-level students. The goal is to help students develop the necessary language skills to communicate effectively in their community and/or workplace.
Conversation and Culture – Advanced Level
This is a speaking and listening class designed for proficient students. Students will learn how to prepare short speeches, or make presentations in English. They will also learn how to take notes from various English lectures and speak about an academic topic.
The ESL Program at LMC will recommend which classes you should take once you have completed your Continuing Education ESL program application and placement testing.
How to Register
Complete our electronic registration form (best done through Google Chrome internet browser) with your personal information and language learning history. You will receive an immediate notice by email to verify that you have completed the form.
The ESL Program will contact you with details on how to take a free ESL placement test. If you have previously taken a placement test or an ESL course at LMC or another college, please share that information so that this step can be waived.
Once you take the placement test, the ESL Program Administrator will let you know which course(s) you can take and send you a link to pay for the class. Payments can be made online (via debit or credit card), by cash or check.
You can contact the ESL program at LMC by phone at (269) 927-6745 or email email@example.com.