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ELP Evening Program

 

In the ELP Evening Program classes, the language is taught with a combined-skills approach. These classes are offered for members of the community, visitors, and business people during convenient evening hours. New students are placed in one of 4 levels of instruction. 

At the end of each 12-week semester, students who fulfill the attendance and language proficiency requirements will receive a Certificate of Completion and will be promoted to the next level. When you send an application, the ELP will contact you about a placement test to find the right level / class for you.

Our levels are:

  • Level 1: Beginning
  • Level 2: High-Beginning / Intermediate
  • Level 3: Intermediate / High-Intermediate
  • Level 4: Advanced

Lessons include:

  • Social conversation
  • Listening activities
  • Grammar
  • Vocabulary / American English Expressions
  • Reading practice
  • Writing practice
  • Pair and group work
  • Dialogues and role play
  • Life skills

Days and Time

Tuesdays and Thursdays

6:30 - 9:00 PM

Schedule and Costs

Spring 2023

Starts: January 17th
Ends: April 13th
Placement Test: Week of May 9th

Summer 2023

Starts: May 16th
Ends: August 3rd
Placement Test: Week of May 8th

Fall 2023

Starts: September 19th
Ends: December 7th
Placement Test: Week of September 11th

Tuition Per Semester: $425

Application Fee: $20

 

Refund Policy

Requests for refunds must be submitted to the office of the English Language Program and must be made in writing before the end of the second week of class. Application fees are non-refundable.

  • Withdrawal during the first week of class: 75% refund of the tuition will be issued if the student withdraws at the end of the first week of classes.
  • Withdrawal during the second week of class: 25% refund of the tuition will be issued if the student withdraws during the second week of classes.

How to Apply

  1. Download the application form.
  2. Email it to elp@unf.edu or print it and personally deliver it to the ELP.
  3. Make the application and/or tuition payment before classes start.
  • When the application is received, the ELP will contact you about the placement test.
  • Applications must be received two weeks before classes start.
  • Students must submit an application before making payments.

Parking Information

  • Students can park in Lot 9 or Garage 44 after 6:00 pm without purchasing a parking permit.
  • The English Language Program is located in Building 14E.
  • Students can park in Lot 9 on the day of the placement test.

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