English Language Learning at Harold Washington College One of the City Colleges

Program Description

Our eleven story high rise campus in the center of downtown Chicago is only three blocks from beautiful Lake Michigan; it houses over 8000 full and part-time students, enrolled in day and evening programs each semester. Our students come from all parts of the globe, with almost 70 countries represented. Students include professionals, such as doctors, accountants, professors, journalists, engineers, international business people and renowned artists. Although many of our international students start with ELL classes, they also study in a variety of academic fields such as chemistry, business, computer science, hospitality, and art. Some are working to advance their careers; others are students planning for future undergraduate study and/or the TOEFL test; some are new immigrants trying to adapt to and succeed in American society. They choose to study at HWC because of the exciting, multi-media teaching techniques, the highly qualified educators, the many support services, and the extracurricular activities.

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Address 30 East Lake Street
Chicago, IL United States 60601
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Phone (312) 553-5878

Program Details

Tuition: 8953 USD

Housing/Meals: off campus

Total Cost: 8953 USD

Average Class Size: 20

Maximum Class Size: 25

Current Student Count: 8000

Available Housing Options:


Location Information:

30 East Lake Street Chicago, Illinois 60601

Application Information:

International students must contact the International Student Office http://www.ccc.edu/colleges/washington/departments/Pages/International-Students.aspx

Other Programs/Services:

Certificates and 2 Year Degree Programs include; Associate in Arts (AA), Associate in Science (AS), Associate in Engineering Science (AES), or the Associate in Fine Arts (AFA) degree is awarded upon successful completion of the first two years of work requisite for transfer to a four-year college or university. Subjects include: Accounting, Architecture, Art and Fine Arts, Biology General, Chemistry, Computer Science, Criminal Justice, Economics, History, Humanities Subject, Mathematics, Music, Sociology