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Villanova University's English as a Second Language program was established to assist those for whom English is a second language. The goals of the program are to increase English language fluency and individual confidence in listening, speaking and writing. We seek to provide the highest quality and broadest range of English instruction as well as counseling and cultural information pertinent to the students' understanding of and adjustment to life in the U.S. We provide an atmosphere conducive to learning; we also facilitate the progress of students towards achievement of their individual goals and development of their latent potential.
The tuition for this course is $450.00. Please note that there is an additional $25 parking fee that will be assessed prior to the course start.
|Course Dates - Spring 2016||Location|
Understanding English Grammar: Focusing on advanced English language grammar points that will be used in class in communicative practice; topics to be covered include verbs, nouns, pronouns, modals, passive voice, gerunds, infinitives, noun/adverb/adjective clauses, and coordinating conjunctions.
Days & Times: Tuesdays
February 16, 23
Main Campus-Connelly Center
International Student Office
800 Lancaster Avenue
Villanova, PA 19085
All of our ESL courses can be arranged at individual work sites. If you are interested in weekend or evening hours, contact us at 610-519-4310 for more information
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The program is taught by Debra K. Kwiterovich-Hoover, a specialist in English as a Second Language education with a Master's Degree in teaching ESL from West Chester University. Ms. Kwiterovich-Hoover has been with Villanova University, International Student Office since 1990, and among her many duties she is committed to educating non-native speakers in a sensitive and competent manner.
Please contact us at 610-519-4310 for more information.