Patricia Szasz, Director of Intensive English Programs, announces two important changes in the Intensive English Programs:

First, the non-degree English for Academic & Professional Purposes (EAPP) program has been discontinued. What this means:

  • Degree-seeking students will still take EAPP classes with Lisa Leopold & Kelley Calvert,
  • All non-degree students are now part of the ESL program which has four levels,
  • We’ve eliminated the name of a program, not its curriculum,
  • Advanced proficiency students can still take courses in academic and professional English,
  • Students conditionally admitted to GSIPM now take a summer program called English Preparation for Graduate Studies (EPGS).
Secondly, our Intensive English as a Second Language (ESL) sessions will move to a quarter based system in 2010.  This means:
  • Sessions will begin in January, April, June and September,
  • Winter, spring and fall sessions will be extended to 10 weeks in length,
  • Summer session will remain 8 weeks in length.
For more details on these changes and information about ESL on campus contact Patricia at 831-647-3501.

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