College-Level ESL Program
The Academic Development Center at the College of Southern Idaho is proud to present this information for those interested in the College-level ESL program. Please feel free to browse and let us know what you think. E-mail your comments or questions to R. Brent Jensen.
The CSI College-level English as a Second Language (ESL) Program offers a series of courses for college-bound students whose native language is not English. These courses are designed to help students who already have a basic level of English skills gain academic English language proficiency to help them be successful in college study. The basic level of proficiency necessary to be admitted to the program can be satisfied with a score of 133 or higher on the computerized version of the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) or with a demonstration of equivalent proficiency on the CSI ESL Assessment.
Courses in the CSI College-level ESL Program are for college credit and require the payment of tuition and fees. Students who are residents of the US and are not yet prepared for admission to the College-level ESL program, or who are interested in non-credit classes, are referred to the Adult Education ESL program.
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