|Provider / Center||Form of Lesson(s)||Homepage||Contact / Address||Description|
|A+ English Language School by Okemos Public School||All levels of English Language Instruction; registration fee of $150.||http://www.okemosschools.net/education/dept/dept.php?sectiondetailid=15309&linkid=nav-menu-container-4-61388||ESL Classes; Our Program is located at 1120 S. Harrison Rd.,East Lansing, MI; Phone: 517-337-8353|
Office Hours are Monday - Friday 9 am- 2 pm
|Part of the Okemos Community Schools. They offer many ESL classes including beginning to advanced levels. Their class "Speaking and Listening" emphasizes pronunciation. Classes are on a semester schedule and they do have fees. They also have an ESL International preschool for a fee.|
|Capital Area District Library in downtown Lansing, MI||Free ESL classes for adults (beginner level); Learn English (ESL) at these classes for beginners, held every Tuesday and Thursday until Dec. 15 (skip Nov. 24). *Registration required by calling 517-485-4949.||https://www.cadl.org||Administrative Offices|
CAPITAL AREA DISTRICT LIBRARIES
401 S. Capitol Ave.
Lansing, MI 48933
ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE HOURS
9am - 5pm, Monday - Friday
|CADL has an online language instruction program Pronunciator for computers, tablets, and phones. There will be a yearly fee for your CADL library card ($50 for an individual; $75 for one adult plus children). A six month membership is also available ($25 for an individual; $37.50 for one adult plus children).|
|Capital Area Literacy Coalition||Free individual tutoring & classes.||http://www.thereadingpeople.org||CALC|
1028 E. Saginaw
Lansing, MI 48906
517-485-4949 Email: email@example.com
|Free one-to-one instruction in reading and writing for children struggling in school, at risk-teens, and adults. They also provide tutoring to migrant and refugee families and English as a Second Language instruction. Diagnostic testing and vision screening are free. Thei typical program commitment is two hours per week for a period of six months. They also have an on-line language instruction computer program (Mango) that can be downloaded to computers, tablets, and phones. Patrons must have an ELPL card (free to East Lansing residents and MSU students) to use "Mango". All others pay $30.00 annually for a card.|
|Community English classes, Michigan State University||English Partners in Communication; Tue & Thu, 6.30pm-8.30pm.||http://linglang.msu.edu/EPIC||Contact: Debra M. Hardison|
firstname.lastname@example.org; MSU Wells Hall B-Wing
|5 different levels of proficiency - all levels of ability are welcome!|
experienced teachers and native-speaking conversation partners
opportunities to build vocabulary, including idioms, and speaking confidence
feedback to develop communication strategies
tips on how to start conversations
ability to practice small talk
low cost ($15.00)
and the potluck!.
|East Lansing Public Library||Practice your English: conversational group.||http://www.elpl.org/esl||East Lansing Public Library, 950 Abbot Rd, East Lansing, MI 48823, USA |
|English speaking and listening practice in casual conversations. All skill levels welcome. Wednesdays 7pm-8pm. - #3 Meeting Room.|
|English Language Center (ELC) at MSU||Intensive English Program; English for Academic Purposes; Special Programs; Online Academic Training; Preparation for Academic Life (classes are NOT free).||http://elc.msu.edu||Wells Hall, MSU campus, 619 Red Cedar Rd., Room B-230|
|The English Language Center provides instruction to international students who need to improve their English language skills before beginning academic course work. The ELC also serves the international community by providing English language instruction against a backdrop of American life and academia.|
|ESL and Friends||Free classes on Mondays 7pm-9pm. (Adult beginner;|
|http://eslandfriends.weebly.com||Liberty Christian Church|
2215 East Michigan Ave, Lansing, MI 48912 517-281-8126
QQ group at #424018382
|ESL and Friends is a group of volunteers. They are also all Christians. |
New visitors can pick any table they like to sit with a tutor. A maximum of a ratio of one to three students per tutor.
The first hour, we discuss many different things, usually about American culture. We can discuss food, holidays, family, traditions - anything you want!
After a ten minute break, we go over a text from the Bible as a conversation starter. We can read through the lesson and discuss the meaning. This is a good opportunity to discuss cultural similarities and differences, practice reading and pronunciation, and learn new words.
|International Friendship House||They have free English classes including Bible studies.||http://www.martinlutherchapel.org/get-involved/serving-out-there/friendship-house-msu||929 Sever Dr. East Lansing, MI 48823 517-332-8050 email: email@example.com||There is a $10 registration fee. They are located on the west edge of MSU, just off Harrison Rd. They are a Lutheran ministry, not officially affiliated with MSU.|
|Lansing Community College (LCC)||English Language Studies Program; English for Speakers of Other Languages (Students are responsible for their own fee).||http://lcc.edu/ctl/english/||Center for Transitional Learning, LCC's Main Campus|
Arts & Sciences Building, Room 107
(517) 483-1061 ASD-CTL-INFO@star.lcc.edu
|English for Speakers of Other Language classes, offered through the Center for Transitional Learning, are designed for students who grew up speaking a language other than English as their primary language. These classes prepare students for academic success at LCC and beyond.|
|Lansing School District Adult Education||Multiple levels: English as a Second Language (ESL); Adult Basic Education (ABE); General Education Development (GED).We offer open enrollment, however because class fill up we maintain a waiting list to fill openings as they arise.|
Our classes are free. ESL classes are offered Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. and 12:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. ABE/GED classes are offered Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday from 8:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. and 12:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.
|http://www.lansingschools.net/academic-choices/adult-education/||Henry Hill Center, 5815 Wise Rd., Lansing, MI 48913|
517-755-4063; Ingham County Correctional Center - ABE/GED; 2 locations:
640 North Cedar Street
Mason, Michigan 48854
Elmhurst School - ABE/GED/ESL
2400 Pattengill Ave.
Lansing, MI 48910; (517) 755-4040
|Adult Education is available for students that are age 20 and older. It offers an opportunity for those who have dropped out of high school to continue with their Life Long Learning and become successful in their Career and College goals.|
|The Refugee Development Center||Free ESL & VESL classes (all ages).||http://www.refugeedevelopmentcenter.org/english-as-a-second-language-esl-classes/||600 W. Maple St. Suite A. Lansing MI 48906|
Phone: (517) 999-5090
Director: Erika Brown-Binion firstname.lastname@example.org
|The Refugee Development Center (RDC) is a grassroots organization offering formal and informal learning opportunities in an open and inclusive setting. The RDC opened in 2002 because the Greater Lansing community identified service area gaps for newcomer populations seeking self-sufficiency. The common denominator in the gaps identified revolved around education, and hence, the mission of the center was born. Today, the RDC helps serve as the link between newcomer populations and the private, public, and faith-based communities of Ingham County.|
|Trinity Church||Free English ESL classes.||https://trinitychurch.secure.agroup.com/ancf#esl||Trinity Church, 3355 Dunckel Road, Lansing, MI 48911; email: Bonnie Bankson email@example.com or call 517-281-8126.||Internationals and their family members are encouraged to take advantage of free English classes offered through Trinity Church. These classes are designed to help Internationals develop language skills and learn more about American culture. Free childcare only for children (4 years old and younger) of parents enrolled|
Free Dean Transportation bus service from and to MSU campus.
|Univeristy Tutor||English tutors.||http://eastlansing.universitytutor.com/eastlansing_english-tutoring||Browse the webiste and contact tutors.||This is a website that offers contacts to private English tutors.|
|University Reformed Church||They have an informal English conversation class and options for Bible studies. The class is centered around English discussion and friendship building rather than formally teaching ESL. It is held on Thursdays from 7-8:30 pm during the Fall and Spring semesters, and does not meet in the summer.||http://www.spartaninternationals.org/english/||University Reformed Church: 841 Timberlane St., East Lansing; contact Nick (firstname.lastname@example.org); Phone: 517.351.6810; Van rides from MSU are provided. Childcare is also provided.||Our English class is an informal way to improve your conversational English while making friends with American tutors and other international students & scholars. No need to register first, just come and practice your English! We discuss a variety of topics, like food, culture, sports, holidays, jobs, entertainment, etc. Itâ€™s a great chance to practice your English and learn about American culture at the same time.|
|VETP (Volunteer English Tutoring Program, MSU)||One-on-one conversation once a week.||http://vetp.isp.msu.edu/||Mary HennesseyDirector |
Volunteer English Tutoring Program
310 International Center
email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
|The Volunteer English Tutoring Program (VETP) provides free English conversation practice for Michigan State University's international students and scholars and their adult family members through conversation classes and conversation partners.|