Academic Support for Multilingual Students
Support for multilingual students (often termed ESOL, or English for Speakers of Other Languages) seeks to create an inclusive academic environment that respects linguistic variations and encourages intercultural interaction. Multilingual student support is situated in the Writing and Oral Communication Centers.
Multilingual Student Resources
Looking for help with your writing? Visit the Writing Center in Kirner-Johnson 152 and make an appointment with a Writing Center Tutor.
Looking for help with a presentation or other communication skills? Visit the Oral Communication Center in Kirner-Johnson 222 and make an appointment with an OCC Tutor.
Looking for help with citations and/or research? Visit Burke Library and meet with a Research Tutor and/or send an email to email@example.com.
Looking for help with resumes, cover letters, and/or applications? Visit the Career Center on the third floor of Bristol Center and make an appointment with a peer advisor. You can also make an appointment with a Writing Center Tutor or schedule a practice interview with an OCC Tutor.
Looking for help you don’t see listed here? Visit the ALEX Program website.
If you have a multilingual student in your class who you would like to refer for writing, speaking, listening, and/or reading support, please complete the Multilingual Student Support Referral Form. Alex Hanson will contact the student to determine what type of support would be most effective. We also have created resources for faculty to address commonly asked questions.