UPDATE (October, 2022)
This spring, we will continue to offer plenty of in-person courses and also keep a couple courses online. CLP students who take in-person classes in spring 2023 need to show proof of being fully vaccinated for COVID, which includes proof of at least 1 booster shot, before they can attend Day 1 of class. Students who attended in-person spring, summer and/or fall 2022 classes must show vaccination records again. Please click here to see our Spring 2023 access requirements.
FALL 2022 and SPRING 2023 SCHEDULES
|Registration Opens||October 18, 2022|
|Registration Deadline||January 4, 2023|
|Placement Test Date||January 10, 11 & 12, 2023|
|Spring 2023 CLP Course Schedule||February 6, 2023 - April 22, 2023|
|No CLP Classes / Holidays||Spring Break: March 13 - 19, 2023|
|Registration Opens||March 27, 2023|
|Summer A Live Lessons Deadline||2 days before each Live Lesson|
|Summer B Registration Deadline||June 20, 2023|
|Summer 2023 CLP Course Schedule||July 10, 2023 - August 12, 2023|
New students for ESL and English special courses must be able to take the placement test on one of the the testing dates in order to be eligible to take classes. Absolutely no exceptions. Tests are available only by appointment, which is made during online registration.
Click here for the upcoming set of placement test dates.
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. You will not be eligible to take our courses if you cannot come for the placement test.
To take the exam in person, students must:
To take the exam remotely, at home, and have it proctored by Honorlock, students must have:
Space in the following focused skills classes is very limited and on a first-come, first-serve basis every semester: Conversation, Pronunciation, ESL Writing, Grammar & Writing, and TOEFL. We strongly encourage you to take an ESL class as an alternative.
Students may register for whichever courses they are interested in, however, it is important to know that the focused skills courses (Conversation, Grammar & Writing, ESL Pronunciation, ESL Writing, and TOEFL) have a minimum level requirement of around Intermediate. If the student registering is just beginning with English, these courses won’t be right for them until they have spent several semesters building their English.
Please read the details below very carefully about our refund policy.
EARLY REFUND REQUESTS FOR ALL CLP CLASSES:
LATE REFUND REQUESTS FOR CLP CLASSES ONLY:
LATE REFUND REQUESTS FOR IRLP CLASSES ONLY:
To request a refund during the LATE REFUND REQUEST period, students must:
1) Complete the refund request form and provide a reason for the cancellation
2) Forward their payment receipt to email@example.com. The staff will process the refund request accordingly.
See more details on the Policy Page of our website.
REFUND REQUESTS FOR ALL LIVE ESL LESSONS:
Students are very strongly encouraged to think about workload and their personal schedules before registering for multiple classes. Students may not register 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.