ESOL Registration

Walk-in ESOL placement and registration locations for Adult Beginning Life Skills, Intermediate EL Civics and upper level ESOL Reading and Writing classes.

In order to register for a class, students must attend an upcoming walk-in ESOL Placement and Registration session.

You may attend any registration location to sign-up for any open class.

Upcoming Registration Sessions

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ESOL Placement & Registration

Tuesday, January 21, 5:00 PM | CCBC Dundalk

Career Building (CRBL) | 2nd Floor

Walk-In ESOL Placement & Registration Locations for Beginning Life Skills, Intermediate Civics, ESOL Reading & Writing.

Time:
  • 10 a.m.
  • 5 p.m.
For...

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Intensive ESOL Registration

Thursday, February 20, 12:30 PM | CCBC Essex

Business, Education & Social Sciences Hall (BESS) | 3rd Floor

Walk-In ESOL Placement & Registration Locations for Intensive classes of Beginning Life Skills, Intermediate Civics, ESOL...

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Intensive ESOL Registration

Friday, April 3, 12:30 PM | CCBC Essex

Business, Education & Social Sciences Hall (BESS) | 3rd Floor

Walk-In ESOL Placement & Registration Locations for Intensive classes of Beginning Life Skills, Intermediate Civics, ESOL...

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Additional information
  • Plan to arrive on time. Registration is on a first come, first served basis and classes fill quickly.
  • No phone or mail-in registration.
  • All students MUST go to one of the “Walk-In ESOL Placement & Registration Locations” sessions offered.
  • All new students: must take a test. 
  • Returning students: may not have to take a test if they bring their referral forms or Certificate from previous classes to the registration to help with placement. Test procedures are subject to change.
  • Students with an F-1 or J-1 Visa are not eligible for DLLR grant funded* classes.
  • The registration process may take three hours or more.
  • To request an accommodation for a disability please call 443.840.3428 at least two weeks in advance.
  • Students must be at least 18 years of age, not attending or planning to attend a high school, to enroll in one of the ESOL classes.
​Do not bring children to registration sessions or classes.

For more information, please contact:
Caroline Ko
cko@ccbcmd.edu 
443.840.3748

Korean speaker available. Se habla espanol. 

If CCBC and/or Baltimore County Public Schools are closed, ESOL registration will be canceled that day.
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