The English as a Second Language standardized assessment is no longer being used. It has been replaced by a Guided Self-Placement. Please visit and complete this process to be shown the courses most appropriate for your English skill level.
Completing the Guided Self-Placement will give you, as well as your advisors, the best information to help select the correct ESL level for you to begin your studies.
Review our ESL Course Sequence to understand what your placement means and which courses you may be required to take for your program or to transfer.
For more information, please contact the ESL Coordinators.