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Welcome to the ESL Orientation
Counseling Services in ESL AAcademic Advising GGeneral Orientation SStudent Services and Programs EEducational Plans
Three Programs of Study at Palomar College Certificate Program Associate of Arts Degree (60 units) University Transfer Program (56 – 60+ units)
College Tuition Fees Residents $20 per unit One class is usually 3 units = $60 Non-Residents $179 per unit The same class of 3 units = $537 + $60 = 597
Other College Fees Mandatory Fees Health Fee $17 Parking Permit$40 Books and/or Materials$10-200+ Student Center Fee$1 per unit ($10 max) Optional Fees Student Activity Card $15 Student Representation Fee$1
U.S. Residency: Permanent Resident Card (green card) OR Naturalization Papers OR U.S. Passport OR Immigration Services Letter Application has been “received” or “approved” Dated 12 months prior to starting of semester Proof of Residency California Residency: Physical presence of one year and one day California driver’s license or California ID AND California Vehicle Registration AND California State Income Tax (CA 540) CA
Exemption for Nonresident High School Students (AB 540) Qualifications: 1.Attended a California high school 3 years AND 2. Graduated from a California high school. Requirements: 1. Sign affidavit stating you will: Provide information on all high schools you attended AND Apply to legalize your immigration status as soon as possible. 2. Pay college fees.
Financial Aid BOGW (Board of Governor’s Waiver) FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) EOPS (Extended Opportunity Program and Services) TRIO (Federal Funded Program) CARE/CalWORKs (Receiving Federal Assistance) Scholarships
ESL Department Programs 1.General 2.Academic 3.Special Topics 4.Vocational ESL 5.Citizenship 6.INEA (Spanish Literacy) ESL
General ESL Beginning: ESL 1 ESL 2 ESL 3 Intermediate: ESL 34 ESL 35 ESL 36
COMPASS ESL Placement Test ESL 101ESL 102ESL 103
Academic ESL Advanced Writing –ESL 101 –ESL 102 –ESL 103 Advanced Reading –ESL 130 –ESL 131
Special ESL Classes Strengthen English Skills ESL 9 English Pronunciation I ESL 10 English Pronunciation II ESL 15 Grammar for ESL Writers I ESL 16 Grammar for ESL Writers II ESL 20 Academic Speaking for ESL ESL 30.1Computer Literacy for ESL I ESL 30.2 Computer Literacy for ESL II ESL 40 Introduction to Academic Reading & Writing
Options or Alternatives VESL (Vocational ESL) Non-credit ESL Summer Semester ESL 34 ESL 35 ESL 36 ROP (Regional Occupational Programs)
Vocational ESL Program (VESL) Develop: Specific vocabulary Workforce skills Vocational goals Computer skills English Individualized lessons Credit or noncredit Level 34 or higher
Vocational ESL Program VESL) Courses Office Systems Cosmetology Auto Technology Dental Assisting (Fall 2009) Graphic Communications Electronics Air Conditioning, Heating, and Refrigeration
Additional Saturday Classes San Marcos Campus Conversation, Reading & Writing (levels 2 – 34) Citizenship(all levels) Escondido Center Conversation, Reading & Writing (levels 2 – 34) Computer Skills(levels 2+) Citizenship(all levels)
INEA Program Learn to read and write in Spanish Obtain your Certificado de Primaria or Secundaria (SEP) Open registration Locations Escondido Pala Ramona San Marcos Vista
ROP (Regional Occupational Program) Free courses Adequate English (level 34+) Available to everyone (16 years of age) 545 training programs in San Diego County
Student Services Career Center Academic Assessment Center Counseling Center Tutoring Center Health Center Disability Resource Center Childcare Services
Questions Or Comments “The beautiful thing about learning is that no one can take it away from you.” B.B. King
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