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  • Lakeland College English Language Institute

    Lakeland’s English Language Institute (ELI) is a comprehensive and intensive program to help international students learn English, transition to American life

    and succeed in the USA.

    TERM DATES [2014-2015]

    FALL TERM 1 Aug. 25 - Oct. 10 FALL TERM 2 Oct. 20 - Dec. 12 SPRING TERM 1 Jan. 7 - Feb. 27 SPRING TERM 2 Mar. 16 - May 1 SUMMER TERM 1 May 5 - June 19 SUMMER TERM 2 June 29 - Aug. 14

    ESTIMATED COSTS (2014-2015)

    TUITION $2,594 ROOM AND BOARD $2,110 BOOKS/HEALTH INSURANCE/ FEES $1,058 TOTAL $5,762

    SPECIAL FEATURES n Students accepted at all levels—beginning to advanced. n Earn academic credit that counts toward graduation. n Some students may take a combination of ELI classes and

    academic classes. n Conversation Partner program. n ELI students ARE Lakeland College students. ELI students

    can participate in all of the clubs and activities available to Lakeland students.

    n 18-20 class hours per week n Listening, speaking, grammar, reading, writing, TOEFL

    preparation and American culture classes.

    www.lakeland.edu

    ABOUT LAKELAND COLLEGE Lakeland College n a fully-accredited four-year college n 35 undergraduate majors, 28 undergraduate minors and 3

    graduate programs. Lakeland is located in a safe and scenic rural setting near Lake Michigan in Sheboygan County, Wisconsin, in the upper Midwest region of the United States. It is within an hour of Wisconsin’s largest cities.

    A very friendly and safe campus, Lakeland has been included on safewise.com’s list of

    “4 Colleges That Get an ‘A’ in Campus Security.”

  • Frequently Asked Questions

    WHAT IS THE ELI?

    The English Language Institute is a special program to help students learn English. The program helps prepare students to enter Lakeland’s academic major programs. The program

    will help you succeed as a student in the United States.

    WHAT CLASSES WILL I TAKE?

    You will take 18-20 class hours of English every week. You will have classes in reading, writing, grammar, listening,

    speaking and TOEFL preparation.

    WHAT ARE THE CLASSES LIKE?

    WHO TEACHES THE CLASSES?

    WHAT IS THE LAKELAND CAMPUS LIKE?

    WHAT SERVICES ARE AVAILABLE ON CAMPUS?

    WHAT CAN I DO WHEN I AM NOT IN CLASS?

    HOW TO APPLY

    The classes are small, friendly and interesting. The classes will help you make fast progress in English. Because the

    classes are small, you will have many opportunities to practice your speaking.

    The ELI teachers are well-trained, experienced and very friendly. Most of our teachers have spent a significant

    amount of time living and working abroad. All of our teachers love working with people from many different

    countries. The teachers understand your goals and will do everything they can to help you reach those goals.

    Beautiful and friendly. Lakeland is located in a clean, safe and peaceful environment that includes many trees, ponds

    and even its own forest! The campus includes a library, a campus center, a coffee shop, pub, fitness center and many

    other facilities to make your life in the United States comfortable and enjoyable. As a small school, you will

    always be able to see someone you know. n On-campus housing and meals. n Academic advising from the ELI staff. n Shuttle service that provides transportation

    to stores, banks, doctors, restaurants and other local places.

    n Health Services. n Tutors who can help students with writing

    and other assignments.

    Some of the popular activities our students have participated in include: n The Global Student Association n The Badminton Club n Habitat for Humanity n Basketball, soccer, volleyball and

    other sports. n Theatrical performances on campus n Concerts by nationally and

    internationally-known performers n Trips to amusement parks, professional

    sports and performances in nearby cities n Yoga classes n Exercising in the fitness center n Exploring off campus: Lakeland is located

    1 hour from Milwaukee and Green Bay and 2.5 hours from Chicago.

    For more information about The English Language Institute at Lakeland College and how to apply:

    n visit lakeland.edu/ELI n email international@lakeland.edu