English for Speakers of Other Languages and Citizenship

SPCC’s English as a Second Language (ESOL) program provides academic opportunities for non-native English speakers who are learning to communicate in the English language. The following classes are available:

  • Leveled face-to-face English Language classes that focus on improving conversation, reading, writing, and listening skills.
  • Online English Language classes through Rosetta Stone®
  • Citizenship classes that provide instruction in U.S. history and government, completing the N-400 application, and preparing for the USCIS oral interview.

Enrollment for ESOL

Placement testing and orientation is required before enrolling in ESOL classes.

Please click here to register for one of the following placement testing and orientation sessions:

      • July 22nd
      • July 29th
      • July 31st
      • August 5th
      • August 12th
  • If you are unable to attend any of these orientation sessions or if the sessions are full, please email
    yvega@spcc.edu or call 704-290-5241.



Admission Requirements


New Class for Au Pairs 

We are now offering a “Communication for Au Pairs” course. The course provides communication and grammar skills specifically for Au Pairs. For more information, please contact Amber Goodall at 704-290-5248 or at agoodall@spcc.edu To enroll, please use the link below to confirm a registration appointment. https://app.acuityscheduling.com/schedule.php?owner=19769498&calendarID=4330025


ESOL Course Details

  • Morning, afternoon, evening, weekend, and online classes are available
  • Students who are interested in online classes must have:
    • An email address
    • Reliable internet access
    • Access to a mobile device, laptop, desktop, or tablet


Enrollment for Citizenship

To enroll in Citizenship courses, please click here or contact Yadira Vega at 704-290-5241 or yvega@spcc.edu



For additional information regarding the ESOL program or citizenship courses, or if you are an Au Pair interested in any class, please contact Yadira Vega at 704-290-5241 or yvega@spcc.edu.


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