Academic ESOL

English for college and careers.

The Academic ESOL program offers a comprehensive, varied ESOL curriculum. Students may choose from daytime, evening, and weekend classes offered at the Catonsville, Essex and Dundalk campuses, as well as the Owings Mills extension center. Students work with a wide variety of ESOL software in state-of-the-art computer labs with trained faculty and staff that are aware of the challenges faced by ESOL students and are sensitive to their needs.

Completing the Academic ESOL program, students are eligible to take credit classes at any CCBC campus and will gain the English skills they need to advance their employment opportunities.

How to enroll in ESOL courses at CCBC

New students complete an application, take a placement test, meet an advisor and then register for classes.

Here's what you need to know if you are a:
For more information, contact the CCBC Admissions Office.

ESOL Courses

The Academic ESOL program offers flexible scheduling with daytime, evening and weekend classes. Many classes offer online Blackboard components to enhance classroom instruction.

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CCBC Continuing Education also offers a complete community-based ESOL program for beginning students and learners not interested in pursuing academic classes. Learn more »