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Skip to Navigation Skip to main content. Bridge Program. Complete transferable college credits.

Drama, dance lessons foster speaking skills of K-2 English learners.

Receive acknowledgment on transcript and recognition award. Take small classes that encourage discussion and debate.

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Participate in experiential learning opportunities. Students in level E will take 13 hours of ESL classes and a 4 credit class with the option to add a Physical Education class for 1 credit or a dance class for 2 credits.


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Students in level F will take 12 hours of ESL classes and a 4 credit class with the option to add a math class for up to 5 credits and a physical education class for 1 credit or a dance class for 2 credits. Current students: Must earn a minimum grade of B in all classes during the last term enrolled if applicable and the current term.

English as a Second Language (ESL) Definition

Day: — p. The population of NJCU reflects the diversity of the surrounding community, which is one of the most diverse in the country. Marian Leonor, for testing and placement into the program. Students are administered a three-part placement test, consisting of a standardized grammar test, a written composition, and an oral interview. Based on these results, students are placed into an appropriate ESL course.

Non-credit Students Our courses are also available on a non-credit basis. The cost of a non-credit course is less than that of a credit-bearing course. However, the ESL Program is not an intensive language program consisting of 20 hours of instruction per week.