All classes will meet as scheduled on Wednesday, January 28. Spring 2015 registration and on-line registration will continue through Friday, January 30th Please register and pay on-line at any time. Senior Registration has been moved to Monday, Feb. 2nd, 10:30 am -12:30 pm.
First, go to the Admissions Office, East Campus soon. You need to complete an application ($20) & make an appointment for the placement test. SAVE the receipt!
Yes. All new ESL students must take the Placement Test to determine an ESL class level.
After the test, we will mail or email you the results. BRING YOUR LETTER OR EMAIL with the test results to the ESL Offices, Room East 202 / 206. We will help you choose a class or classes. ESL registration MUST be made IN PERSON - NO mail, NO fax.
After you take the test, bring your letter or email with the test results to NCC to the ESL Office, East 202 / 206 OR the Counseling Office, East 104 and an ESL advisor will help you.
Typically, ESL non-credit summer classes are $339.
Typically, ESL non-credit spring & fall classes are $339 - $389.
You will also need to buy books for about $60 for each class. The best thing is to pay with credit card, check, or money order. If you pay cash for registration, please pay before 4:45pm.
The ESL classes at NCC are very popular, so please come to the college to complete the application and make an appointment for the placement test soon!
Most ESL non-credit summer classes meet three times a week in the mornings OR evenings for six weeks.
Most ESL non-credit spring & fall classes meet two days a week for 15 weeks. Classes are offered in the morning, noon, afternoon, evening and Saturdays at NCC.
The ESL credit classes also meet at many different times. Follow the link to view class offerings:
Please visit the Admissions Office, East Campus now! You need to
complete an application ($20) and take a placement test BEFORE you
can register for ESL classes. Please go to the Admissions
Office, 857-7060, EAST Campus, soon!
English as a Second Language Non-Credit
Norwalk Community College