ESOL Levels 1 through 3 are non-credit classes. Levels 4 and 5 can be taken as non-credit or credit classes. Levels 6 through 8 are credit classes. You can apply twenty-four credits of ESOL classes to an associate degree.
|Basic ESOL for daily living|
|1||ESOL 10||3, 6, or 9 non-credit hours||$33.30, $66.60, or $99.90 per class|
|4||Writing 42N||Reading 40N||Communication 44N||4 non-credit hours per class
$133.20 per class
|Writing 42||Reading 40||Communication 44||International students only: 4 credits per class||
|5||Writing 152N||Reading 150N||Communication 154N||4 non-credit hours per class
||$133.20 per class|
|Writing 152||Reading 150||Communication 154||4 credits per class||
|6||Writing 162||Reading 160||Communication 164||5 credits per class|
|7||Writing 252||Reading 250||Communication 254|
|8||Writing 262||Reading 260||Communication 264|
Estimated Time to Complete the Program
Each class in Levels 1 through 3 is designed to be completed in two to three terms. Each class in Levels 4 though 8 is designed to be completed in one term. A student’s rate of progress through the program is affected by a number of factors, such as native language, educational background, living situation, work schedule, and time available to study and practice.
Noncredit Fee Waivers
- Class Fee Waivers
- ESOL students in Levels 1 - 5 who cannot pay the class fee can ask their instructor for a Class Fee Waiver form. To qualify, a student must show proof of participation in Food Stamp Benefits, Oregon Health Plan, or Dislocated Workers Program. All class and tech fees can be waived for Level 1 - 3 students. Students who are in Level 4 or 5 can only waive the class and tech fees for one class each term.