Center for English as a Second Language
Part-Time Application Form




Welcome to the CESL, the Center of English as a Second Language.

We are happy that you have chosen to study with us. Please take a few minutes to read the following before filling out the application form.

Community/Evening ClassesIEP Day-Time ClassesBoth Day-Time and EveningGraduate University Track

Advanced Conversation
Mon and Wed 6:00-8:00pm

Advanced Grammar
Tue and Thurs 6-8pm

Mon and Wed 6:00-8:00pm

General English - Advanced
Tue and Thurs 6-8pm

General English - Beginner
Tue and Thurs 6-8pm

General English - High Beginner
Tue and Thurs 6-8pm

General English - High Intermediate
Tue and Thurs 6-8pm

General English - Intermediate
Tue and Thurs 6-8pm

Mon and Wed 6:00-8:00pm

TOEFL Preparation
Mon and Wed 3:10-5:10pm

Written Communication
8:55-10:15 M-F

10:30-11:30 M-Th

Oral Communication
12:30-1:50 M-Th; 10:30-11:50 F

2:00-3:00 M-Th

Graduate Writing
9:50-11:30 M-TH

Graduate Case Studies
12:30-2:10 M-TH

Part Time Status - Students with certain immigration statuses may study for a maximum of 85 hours in the Intensive English Program (IEP) or University Track (U-Track). Students enrolling for more than 85 hours of courses a session must enroll full-time and meet all admission eligibility requirements. All courses are for 8 weeks unless indicated. All tuition and fees must be paid with this application.

Part-Time IEP, Community and Evening Classes Fees and Tuition
Tuition$ 270 (per 30 hours/class)   10% Discount off tuition for Fall I 2019 if you sign up before 2019-07-19 23:59:00
Application Fee$ 30.00
Technology Fee$ 20.00
Graduate Reading, Writing and Case Studies (University Track)
Tuition$ 950.00
Application Fee$ 30.00
Technology Fee$ 20.00
Graduate Academic Vocabulary
Tuition$ 635.00
Application Fee$ 30.00
Technology Fee$ 20.00

Placement Exam - After applying and registering, you will take the placement exam to determine your English proficiency level and the courses available to you. The placement exam must be completed before beginning classes. (If you want to enroll in Part-Time Graduate U-Track courses, you must submit an IELTS score of 5.0 or higher, or a TOEFL IBT score of 59 or higher. If you have not taken these tests, contact Dr. Steven Randall, CESL Associate Director, at randall@email.arizona.edu for more information about eligibility options.)

Refund Policy - Refunds are limited. For details, please see the refund policy on the web page: https://cesl.arizona.edu/discount-cancellation-and-refund-policies CESL gives no refunds except in documented, extenuating circumstances. All refunds must be approved by the program administrator. If payment was made by cash or check, refunds are processed through the University check request system. Note that this process can take 4-6 weeks. Credit card refunds are processed directly by CESL via credit back to the card that was used for payment. Classes canceled by CESL will be refunded in full with the original receipt.

Immunizations - All students born after 1956 and attending classes on the University of Arizona campus must include proof of TWO immunizations against each disease - measles, mumps and rubella MMR. If you do not have a record you must be re-immunized. See UA Campus Health: https://www.health.arizona.edu/immunization-requirements or University of Arizona Campus Health. Please include documentation at the time of registration.

Immigration - Applicants who apply for CESL part-time classes must reside in the U.S. International applicants entering the U.S. with the intent to study must apply for the full-time Intensive English Program and obtain a F-1 student visa.