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Community Language Program
Teachers College, Columbia University
Phone: (212) 678-3097
Registration for CLP Summer 2019 is now open! (Fall 2019 registration will open July 8)
Placement testing for ESL classes: May 28, 29, & 30 (this test is mandatory for all new students, and must be done on-site at the school).
CLP classes: June 24 - August 19
Registration closes on May 17th. No late registrations wil be accepted.
UPCOMING: Fall 2019 dates
Fall 2019 registration opens: July 8
Placement testing: August 27, 28 & 29; September 3 & 4
Courses: September 23 - December 7 (Thanksgiving Holiday week [no CLP classes]: November 25 - 29)
IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR CLP Summer 2019
Space in Special Classes
*Please note that space in the following special classes will be very limited and on a first-come, first-serve basis for Summer 2019: Conversation, Pronunciation, Writing, Grammar & Writing, TOEFL. We strongly encourage you to take an ESL class as an alternative.
Our refund policy has changed. Please review the details of our new policy here.
New students for ESL and English special courses must be able to come to the CLP on one of the testing dates in order to be eligible to take classes. Absolutely no exceptions.
Those dates are:
Tuesday, May 28
Wednesday, May 29
Thursday, May 30
You will select a test time and make an appointment upon registering and paying for your courses. There are no make-up test dates, so please consult your calendar prior to registering.
Maximum number of courses
Students are very strongly encouraged to think about workload and their personal schedules before registering for multiple classes. Students may not resgister for more than 3 classes. Any student who registers for more than 3 courses without authorization from the Program will lose his/her seat in the additional courses.
**Please see the IRLP page for more information on the IRLP program dates and registration details**.
Please note: IRLP courses are only for individuals with official visiting researcher positions at Teachers College, Columbia University, or other local insitutions of higher education.