The Language Center offers non-credit courses in English Language Skills, Foreign Languages, and American Sign Language (ASL) for students who wish to improve their language skills. If you register for our classes, you may also use our computer lab, located in Building F, Room 310, whenever the Language Center’s office is open. To support your classroom experience, our lab has English and Foreign Language software. Students should check into room F 309 to utilize the computers and to take advantage of this effective educational resource.
Summer 2016 Session
You can now register for our summer courses in English, French, Italian, Spanish and ASL. These classes are taught in the summer so students may learn new skills and/or may strengthen and master the abilities they have been developing. Our registration deadline date is May 26, 2016. Classes begin on June 6, and they end the first week of August.
To enroll, returning English students and Foreign Language students may come to our office in F309 or mail in a completed and signed registration form with a payment. Also, you can fax your application form with your credit card information. English students who are new to the Language Center must make an appointment to take an assessment test to determine their class level.
Feel free to contact NCC’s Language Center at 516-572-7062 or LC@ncc.edu for additional information and office hours.
NCC’s Language Center of Lifelong Learning English Language Skills classes are specifically designed for non-Native English speakers. New English Language students or students who have not attended our English classes for 1 year or more should make an appointment so we can asses your skills and place you into the correct class level. English Language classes are designed to meet different student needs. The core curriculum includes: English Language Skills, levels 1-4. In addition to our core classes, English language students may take elective classes
The Language Center is proud to offer a variety of foreign languages for study as well as American Sign Language. Foreign Language courses are taught to groups at different levels of mastery, guiding students in speaking, reading, writing, and listening to the language as well as in developing a familiarity with important customs, cultures, and traditions of the countries in which the languages are spoken.