ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE
FREE CLASSES FOR BEGINNERS
INTENSIVE ENGLISH CLASSES
THE COLLEGE OF MARIN
The College of Marin, founded in 1926, is one of the oldest community colleges in California.
Its Intensive English Program is located on the Indian Valley Campus, a beautiful setting in rolling hills in northern
Marin County. It is an idyllic, safe, suburban environment where students can easily find housing with American
families. It is only a half hour from the Golden Gate Bridge, the city of San Francisco, the Pacific Ocean, Mount
Tamalpais, and the California wine country.
INTENSIVE ENGLISH PROGRAM (ESL)
Spring Semester 2007, January 23-May 18
Full-time program: $2,300 ($2,500 for F-1 visa students)
20 HOURS/WEEK ? SMALL CLASSES ? FIELD TRIPS
? LOW COST ? 16 WEEKS ? TOEFL
The Intensive English Program on the Indian Valley Campus offers high quality classes in academic English for residents
and international students. It prepares students to enter American colleges and universities and helps them to
improve their English skills for other purposes such as business, TOEFL, or general communication. Classes meet
Tuesday through Friday, 20 hours a week, for 16 weeks. Testing and placement take place during the first week.
There is a $50 application fee ($25 for residents).
New part-time programs available!
For more information or to apply:
Call: 415. 883.2211, ext. 8579
Fax: 415. 883.2632
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Spring Semester 2007: January 20-May 19
Beginning to Low Intermediate
Noncredit Levels 10, 20, 25, 30, 35, 40
English for Gardeners
English for Childcare Workers
Free classes also available at several off-campus sites!
Off Campus locations include:
Marin Conservation Corps, San Rafael
Whistlestop, San Rafael
Novato Human Needs, Novato
Margaret Todd Senior Center, Novato
For more information, call us at 415.485.9642
Or visit the ESL Office:
Harlan Center Room 123
College of Marin Kentfield Campus
Monday-Thursday, 8 am to 8 pm
Saturday, 9 am-1 pm
Credit ESL classes through Community Education: Open College credit ESL classes are available for higher-level
noncredit ESL students through Community Education (Community Education students do not receive credit or grades).
Credit classes cover intermediate to advanced level English skills. The fees are $156 for a 2-unit class, $195
for 3-unit classes, $208 for 4-unit classes and $228 for 5 unit classes. New students are required take the credit
ESL placement test.