English as a Second Language


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The English as a Second Language Program strives to prepare non-native English speakers to succeed in their university writing and speaking assignments and to improve their academic listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills. The program offers credit-bearing courses in writing and speaking for Wright State students who are non-native English speakers and a special classroom communication course for International Graduate Teaching Assistants (IGTAs).  These courses are designed to improve students’ success in the university classroom. Non-native English speakers from the community wishing to improve their English language skills may also take these courses as non-degree students or enroll in the LEAP Intensive English program offered by the Department of English.

Mr. Robert E. Rubin, ESL Coordinator
(937) 775-3136

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