On-Campus EAP Support

Develop your English skills for on-campus classes:

  • Vocabulary and concepts
  • Discussions and assignments
  • Preparing for tests
  • Communicating with instructors

For more information on EAP Support, email us at eslsupport@academyart.edu or call 1-415-618-3903.


Online ESL Support

Online students can get help with:

  • Assignment instructions
  • Reading from the modules
  • Difficult vocabulary
  • Cultural concepts
  • Class policies/rules
  • Organizing your ideas for discussions and essays
  • Communicating effectively with your instructor

How to get online language support:

Class discussion:

  • Look for a topic called Language and Writing Support.
  • Write to your language support instructor in this discussion topic.

Email:

  • Your language support instructor will email you at the beginning of the semester.
  • You can always email your online language support instructor through class email. Your language support instructor will be listed in the class profiles along with your classmates.

Online ESL Support Request Form:

  • If you do not have a language support instructor in your class, you can request help below. You may also click on Online ESL Support on the right side of your My Home page in your online class.

Online Support Request Form

ESL Support Policy

Classes designated “ESL” in the course offerings will have an ESL Support Instructor assigned at the beginning of the semester. The ESL Support Instructor will attend the first class to determine if the students enrolled in that class qualify for continued in-class support. ESL support is currently available only to students who meet are currently enrolled in one of the following classes: ESL 1/601, ESL 2/602, ESL 3/603, ESL 4/604, LA 103, LA 106, ESL 605 or ESL 606; or students who are no more than one semester removed from any of the above-listed classes. If there are no students who qualify for ESL support in an ESL designated class, that teacher will be re-assigned to a different class to help students who do qualify. Students in classes with no ESL designation may also qualify for in-class support if they meet the criteria listed above. Students should ask their classroom teacher to contact ESL Support to request further assistance. ESL students should make every attempt to enroll in ESL-designated art, design, graduate studies and liberal arts classes if available. All students, domestic and international, may make use of the services of an ESL Support Instructor, including ESL study groups, Speaking Lab and Midpoint Review workshops.