The English Transitional Center offers tutoring for the following classes

ENG 109 (3 credits)

International students are expected to take this course to prepare them for the English foundation requirements. This class helps students adjust to the American English writing style and also strengthens their abilities to perform on academic papers. Grammar and punctuation are emphasized. Students will be expected to meet with a tutor once a week to complete course requirements.

ENG 108 (3 credits)

Eng 108 is a speaking/listening class with an emphasis on American culture for international students or those who speak English as their second language. Students will practice speaking in class through presentations. They will also be invited to participate in interactive settings.  The course focuses on American classroom culture. Office hours, classroom discussions, cultural differences are discussed. There is also a focus on American history vocabulary with the intent to prepare international students for the American foundations requirement. 

ENG 102R (0.5 - 2 credits)

Eng 102R is a course where the tutor works directly with the student on an individual basis to help them learn a variety of study skills including time management and specific reading strategies. This class is a good add-on if you need a credit or two and meeting times are flexible according to your schedule. The course can be customized in order to meet the personal needs of the student. This is not an English class. Appointments will be once or twice a week depending on the number of class credit(s).