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English for Multilingual Students, Teachers & Workforce

Coronavirus response: TUITION FREE. NO VISA NEEDED. NO TRAVEL NECESSARY. SAFE EFFECTIVE STUDY. For the May-to-July 2020 session, the  INTENSIVE ENGLISH PROGRAM at TCU is teleclassrooming. Students and instructors will study together live via Zoom.  We are happy to announce the class of 24 students! 

For the August-to-October session and August-to-December semesters, the IEP at TCU plans to be in the classroom. We’ll be “on campus” the following ways:

  • On Campus: traditional course delivery with all students on campus.
  • Modified On Campus: all/most students attend classes on campus, but medium or large gatherings are prohibited.
  • Dual: flexibility of delivering and transitioning between both on campus and online coursework. Students attend classes on campus, but online class is also delivered to students who are not able to be on campus.
  • Online: online learning delivery if health guidance does not permit students to return to campus.

    (Click here to read more details on this plan to be on campus in August 2020.)

TESOL Certificate

The TESOL Certificate credentials TCU students, staff, and faculty as interdisciplinary scholars and emerging bilinguals who teach English to speakers of other languages.

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Intensive English Program

TCU students in the Intensive English Program focus full time on including the language in their full linguistic repertoire, in some cases earning credits towards the TCU degree program.

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In the Global Community: 1st-Yr Comp

Students enrolled in the "In the Global Community" section of First-Year Composition, Writing as Inquiry are from various nations, including the United States.

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Academic Training

For MBA Program students and undergraduates; for UNTHSC faculty members and post docs; and for teachers and ESL specialists in FWISD.

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Workforce Training

For TCU employees; for au pairs; for asylum seekers; for refugees; for undocumented individuals.

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News on English for Multilinguals

Yannick Tona remembers the genocide against the Tutsi
At the age of 4, Yannick survived the 1994 genocide and rape campaign against the Tutsi in Rwanda. More than 900,000 were massacred and more than 250,...
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COVID-19 info in multiple languages
Up to date COVID-19 information in multiple languages: Arabic (العربية), American Sign Language (), Bengali (বাংলা), Chaldean (ܣܘܪ...
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Interdisciplinary Multilingual Team makes “How We Feel” app to cool COVID-19 hotspots
April 3, 2020— A new app “How We Feel” developed by an interdisciplinary, multi-lingual, multi-institutional team of researchers, including Xiho...
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Boschini questions English-only alert system / preguntas Boschini Inglés-único sistema de alerta / Boschini không thích hệ thống cảnh báo “chỉ tiếng Anh”
Chancellor Victor Boschini has asked his staff to review why TCU’s alert system continues to be in English only. Concerns about the system’s verb...
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Peple walking fro Walk to Remember
SIS has a global impact through its IEP students from Rwanda.
SIS has a global impact through its IEP students from Rwanda. Sakina Usengimana continued her activism in Spring 2019. In Washington DC, she led the i...
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