FSU administers the PBT TOEFL at the end of every semester. The exam is free to FSU TOEFL class students; $20 to other FSU students; $30 to non-FSU students.
Next Exam, Friday, April 25, 2014 at 8:30 a.m. Call 508-626-1510 for information.
Register and pay at the Student Services Center, 5th floor of the McCarthy Center.
English Language Community Program (Saturdays)
New! 7-week TOEFL Preparation Class!
January 25, 2014-March 8, 2014 and March 22, 2014-May 3, 2014
Study Advanced English Skills and Strategies for success on the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL). This test is required for entrance to U.S. colleges and universities.
Spring 2014 ELP Saturday class offerings
There are two series of Saturday classes, which meet 8:30am-12:30pm. These classes are aimed at students who have work and other commitments in the week but would like to improve their English language skills on the weekend.
Spring 2014 ELP Saturday Classes
Session I (7 weeks)
Dates of Classes: January 25-March 8, 2014
Session II (7 weeks)
Dates of Classes: March 22, 2014-May 3, 2014
TOEFL PREPERATION CLASS:
Provides opportunity for students to achieve advanced skills in English as they learn strategies for approaching each section of the TOEFL exam. Increase knowledge of various test-taking strategies and learn listening, grammer, and reading skills to meet requirements of the Institutional (paper-based exam)TOEFL exam. Some skills and strategies for the written essay and speaking sections of the iBT TOEFL are also covered. The Institutional TOEFL is administered at the end of each semester.
Beginning Conversation and Writing (Beginner)
This course is for beginning English Language Learners to begin the adventure of learning better communication skills to help them communicate. Practical lessons will help you improve speaking, reading, writing, vocabulary, and listening of English.
Improving Writing Skills (Intermediate to Advanced)
Intermediate and Advanced students need to focus on improving writing skills to advance their opportunities in their career and in their communities. The writing skills taught will prepare you for further education and increase your overall understanding of English and how to use grammar.
Conversation and Pronunciation (Intermediate to Advanced)
Intermediate and Advanced students will learn and practice oral communication skills. This class will focus on increasing vocabulary, using correct grammar when speaking, and learning special techniques to improve pronunciation.
Registration and Payment
To register by mail or fax, download the ELP Registration Form. You may also register in person at the Student Services Center, McCarthy Center, Room 515.
Payment must be made at the time of registration. Payment may be made by personal check, bank check, money order, Visa*, MasterCard*, Discover Card*, or American Express*. Cash is only accepted between 9:00am and 4:00pm at the Student Services Center, McCarthy Center, Room 515. Payment is due with registration. Register early to ensure your place in a class.*Credit card payments can be made in-person in the Student Services Center, McCarthy Center, Room 515.