Frequently Asked Questions

  1. When do courses begin and end?
    Most courses are 2 hours each day, 2 times a week.
     
  2. How much will classes cost? (subject to change without notice) 
    To View Tution and Per/Credit Fees for Burlington County College, Click Here.
    For Financial Aid and Scholarships Click Here 
    Online application: FREE
    Costs for International Students are different. For More Information on International Student Costs Contact: Carmen Ghiran, (609) 894-9311 Ext:1350 or 2232.
     
  3. When and where are classes offered? 
    All three levels are offered at the same time, but are in different classes. For example, Writing 1, 2 and 3 are offered in Mount Laurel T and Th from 6 - 8 pm.
    Burlington County College’s ESL Fall 2014 Schedule

    Pemberton Campus -- Day

    ESL -077-100   Writing II   M/W 10 am - 11:50 pm
    ESL -078-100   Writing III   M/W 10 am - 11:50 pm
             
    ESL-097-100   English for Academic Purposes   M/W 10 am - 11:50 pm
             
    ESL -067-100   Reading II   M/W 12 pm- 1:50 pm
    ESL -068-100   Reading III   M/W 12 pm- 1:50 pm
             
    ESL -082-100   Speech II   M/W 2:00pm- 3:50pm
    ESL -083-100   Speech III   M/W 2:00pm- 3:50pm

    Mount Laurel Campus -- Evening

    ESL-074-500   Intermediate Intensive Grammar   F 5 pm - 8:30 pm
             
    ESL -066-300   Reading I    T/TH 4 pm- 5:50 pm
    ESL -067-300   Reading II   T/TH 4 pm- 5:50 pm
    ESL -068-300   Reading III   T/TH 4 pm- 5:50 pm
             
    ESL -097-300   English for Academic Purposes   T/TH 2 pm - 3:50 pm
    ESL -097-500   English for Academic Purposes   T/TH 4 pm - 5:50 pm
             
    ESL-056-500   ESL for Beginners   T/TH 6 pm - 7:50 pm
             
    ESL -076-500   Writing I    T/TH 6 pm-7:50 pm
    ESL -077-500   Writing II   T/TH 6 pm-7:50 pm
    ESL -078-500   Writing III   T/TH 6 pm-7:50 pm
    ESL-078-300   Writing III   M/W 4 pm - 5:50 pm
             
    ESL -081-500   Speech I   T/TH 8 pm- 9:50 pm
    ESL -082-500   Speech II   T/TH 8 pm- 9:50 pm
    ESL -083-500   Speech III   T/TH 8 pm- 9:50 pm
             
    ESL-093-500   TOEFL I  

    M/W 6 pm - 7:50 pm

             
  4. How do I know which classes to take? 
    We invite you to meet and talk with Meral Muyesser, ESL Advisor, who will discuss your goals. Then you will be given a placement test. All students take a placement test to determine appropriate course level. It is important to work closely with an ESL advisor to select the appropriate courses every semester.
     
  5. How do I get started?
    All new students should contact Meral Muyesser, (609) 894-9311 Ext: 1599.
    International students should contact Carmen Ghiran, International Program Specialist, (609) 894-9311 Ext:1350 or 2232.