Improve Your English Language Skills and Save for College Too!

November 16, 2006 | The University

Intensive English language immersion classes are available at a special low rate of $12 a week for four months of instruction for qualified immigrant students seeking to advance their conversational and reading comprehension skills. This affordable service can also help immigrant students avoid a common trap: spending financial aid and student loan dollars before they begin taking college level classes.

Eligible students can work on improving their language skills for up to one year in preparation for college level coursework.

Offered by The City University of New York, the Language Immersion Program provides 25 hours of instruction per week. Day and evening language immersion classes are available at convenient campus locations throughout the city including: LaGuardia Community College, Queensborough Community College and York College, Queens; the College of Staten Island; Kingsborough Community College and New York City College of Technology, Brooklyn; Borough of Manhattan Community College; and Bronx Community College and Hostos Community College, the Bronx.

Applications are now being accepted for classes that begin in January, 2007. Visit www.clip.cuny.edu or call Ramon Tercero at 212.794.5302 for complete details.

CUNY LANGUAGE IMMERSION PROGRAM
Winter* and Spring 2007
To enroll in the Language Immersion Program, please come to ONE registration session at the program location
that you would like to attend.

MANHATTAN
Borough of Manhattan Community College at New
York State Office Building (BMCC)
16 Week Spring Session: January 31 — June 8, 2007
Ongoing Day Registration
December 5, 2006 to January 19, 2007
10am — 4pm daily
Evening registration
Call for appointment
163 West 125th St. (Seventh Ave.) 6th Fl.
(212) 665-2740
By subway: A, C, 2, 3, 4, 6 to 125th Street
By bus: M10, M2, M7, M101, M102

BROOKLYN
Kingsborough Community College*
6 Week Winter Session: January 8 — February 21, 2007
Day Registration:
December 5, 12, 19, 26, 2006 & January 2, 2007
Beginning at 9am
Evening Registration:
December 6, 13, 20, 27, 2006 & January 3, 2007
Beginning at 5pm
12 Week Spring Session: March 12 — June 8, 2007
Day Registration:
February 6, 13, 20, 27 & March 6, 2007
Beginning at 9am
Evening Registration:
February 7, 14, 21, 28 & March 7, 2007
Beginning at 5pm
2001 Oriental Boulevard, Room T231
(718) 368-4870
By Subway: B or Q to Sheepshead Bay or
Brighton Beach Stations. Then take B-1
or B-49 bus to Mackenzie St.
By Bus: B-1 (86th Street); No. B-49
(Ocean Ave.) to Mackenzie St.

New York City College of Technology (NYCCT)
16 Week Spring Session: January 31 — June 8, 2007
Ongoing Spring Registration
November 27, 2006 to January 23, 2007
9am – 5pm daily
Call for more information.

New York City College of Technology (Continued)
300 Jay Street, NAMM Building, Room 624
(718) 260-5733
By subway: M, N or R to Lawrence Street or
A, C, or F to Jay Street; or the 2, 3, 4, 5 to
Borough Hall
By bus: B75, B67, B61, B54, B51, B41, B38,
B 37 or B26 to stop closest to Jay and Tillary Sts.

STATEN ISLAND
College of Staten Island (CSI)
16 Week Spring Session: January 31 — June 8, 2007
Spring Registration Dates
December 18, 2006 to January 26, 2007
Monday through Friday 9:30am — 3pm
2800 Victory Blvd., Room 4N-210
(718) 982-3069 or (718) 982-2981
By bus: Victory Blvd. buses: S62 and S92 (from S.I. Ferry)
Richmond Avenue buses: S44, S59 (Richmond Ave. and
Victory Blvd. stop is 2 blocks west of campus entrance)
Forest Hill Road buses (back entrance of campus) – South
Shore/St. George route: S61 and S91

BRONX
Bronx Community College
16 Week Spring Session: January 31 — June 8, 2007
Ongoing Spring Registration
January 3 to 19, 2007
10am — 5:30pm daily
West 181 Street & University Ave.
Havemeyer Lab, Rm. 202
(718) 289-5207
By subway: #4 to Burnside Ave. walk west
three blocks.
By bus: #3 to 181 St., #36 or #40 to University Ave.

Hostos Community College
16 Week Spring Session: January 31 — June 8, 2007
Ongoing Spring Registration
November 27, 2006 to January 19, 2007
10am — 7pm daily
500 Grand Concourse, Room C553
(718) 518-6645
By subway: 2, 4 or 5 to 149th St. Grand Concourse
By bus: BX 1, 2 or 9 to 149th St. and Grand Concourse

*Winter session at Kingsborough and LaGuardia only BACK ⇒
CUNY LANGUAGE IMMERSION PROGRAM
Winter* and Spring 2007

QUEENS
LaGuardia Community College*
6 Week Winter Session: January 10-February 23, 2007
Registration Dates
December 4, 5, 11, 12, 18, 19, 26, 27, 2006 &
January 2, 8, 2007
9am — 4:30pm
December 6, 7, 13, 14, 20, 21, 2006 &
January 3, 4, 2007
9am — 6:30pm
12 Week Spring Session: March 14 — June 8, 2007
Registration Dates
February 5-6, 13, 20, 26-27 & March 5-6, 12, 2007
9am — 4:30pm
February 7-8, 14-15, 21-22, 28 & March 1, 7-8,
2007
9am — 6:30pm
31-10 Thomson Avenue, Room C223
(718) 482-5966
By subway: E, V, G, R, N to Queens Plaza
By bus: #60 to Thomson Avenue

Queensborough Community College
16 Week Spring Session: January 31 — June 8, 2007
Ongoing Spring Registration
November 27, 2006 to January 26, 2007
Monday – Thursday 9am -5pm
Friday 9am-12pm
222-05 56th Avenue, ISSC, #2
Bayside, NY 11364
(718) 281-5460
By subway and bus: 7 train to Flushing, then Q27 bus to
Springfield Blvd & 56th Ave. or F/R train to 269th St., then Q30
bus to Springfield Blvd. or E/J to Parson Blvd., then Q30 bus to
Springfield Blvd.

York College
16 Week Spring Session: January 31 — June 8, 2007
Ongoing Spring Registration
December 27, 2006 to January 30, 2007
Monday through Thursday 9am — 6pm
Friday 9am — 3:30pm
94-20 Guy R. Brewer Blvd.
Science Building, Room 114
(718) 262-3766
By subway: J, Z or E to Jamaica Center
(Parsons/Archer)
By bus: From Brooklyn- Q8, Q24, Q54, Q56
From Bronx- Q44
From Queens- Q4, 5, 6, 9, 17, 25/34, 30, 31, 41,
42, 43, 65, 83, 84, 85, 111
Long Island- LIRR to Jamaica Station

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