The ESOL classes at Daytona State College offer students from beginning to advanced level English skills the opportunity to improve their English Language Proficiency through a series of tiered, level specific classes. Students acquire increased English proficiency through structured and teacher guided reading, writing, listening and conversational speaking instruction, lessons, and practice. All instructors in the ESOL program are credentialed specialists in teaching English to ESOL students and are skilled in connecting academic lessons in the classroom with real life situations making the learning experience relevant and impactful.
Daytona State ESOL classes can help students:
- Learn or improve English skills.
- Develop the skills needed to find a job or get a promotion.
- Prepare for college-level academic courses at Daytona State.
Classes are typically offered Monday – Friday 8:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. and in the evenings Mondays through Thursdays 6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.
The cost for the program is $30 per semester. To sign up, go to the admissions office nearest you, fill out an application and take the placement (CASAS) test.
You must be admitted by the Daytona State Admissions Office before you can take the CASAS test. You must bring a picture ID with you.
Admissions of ESOL students to Daytona State College
ESOL classes are offered to students currently living in Florida. Students under a student or tourist visa are not eligible for the program.
Students enrolling into ESOL courses must be a U.S. Citizen, Naturalized Citizen, Resident Alien, or under an approved visa type.
For more information about approved visas, please contact Daytona State Admissions at (386) 506-3059, or email Admissions@DaytonaState.edu.
For more information about the program, please contact (386)-506-3410, or email Diana.Turner@daytonastate.edu
ESOL classes are offered on all Daytona State College Campuses.