Get into College

Academic counseling and college planning is available to all students enrolled in our EAP program.

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Academic counseling and college planning is available to all students enrolled in our EAP program. Our advisers will help you navigate the American College/University system and provide support during the application process. In our EAP classes, students will have the opportunity to refine their English to meet collegiate level standards. Through personalized, guided instruction, students will learn how to write essays, practice reading academic texts, improve listening comprehension by attending lectures, and learn how to properly cite text in writing. Teachers help students identify tangible goals, and assist them through the college application process. Additionally, Head Teachers are available to provide support to students through their academic plans and help students track their growth and progress. Many students are provided with letters of recommendation from our instructors, confirming that they are ready for this next step in their academic careers. To learn more about student success stories, see our student testimonials. The EAP course also has TOEFL skills and a wide range of high-frequency academic vocabulary integrated into its’ curriculum, so that our students are best equipped to achieve the high TOEFL scores required by many institutions. Upon completing the EAP course, students will be prepared to succeed in the TOEFL course, where students can take the final steps in reaching their dream university. Learn more about our TOEFL Program..

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Academic Partnerships

LASC currently partners with over 30 Colleges and Universities in Southern California and the greater US. A few of these institutions include schools like Irvine Valley College, Santa Monica College, and West Los Angeles College.

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LASC currently partners with over 30 Colleges and Universities in Southern California and the greater US. A few of these institutions include schools like Irvine Valley College, Santa Monica College, and West Los Angeles College. Students who wish to enroll in our program are able to gain conditional acceptance prior to beginning their studies. Students who complete our English program are eligible to enter college or university under reduced criteria and not required to take the TOEFL or IELTS exam to be admitted.

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College Preparation Courses

The EAP program is designed to prepare students for transfer into a community college or state university. Our courses help to develop students’ note-taking, discussion, rhetoric, debate, presentation, and research skills within an academic context.

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The EAP program is designed to prepare students for transfer into a community college or state university. Our courses help to develop students’ note-taking, discussion, rhetoric, debate, presentation, and research skills within an academic context. By the end of this program, students will have also improved their ability to read and understand the content of written texts in academic English. Students will have gained greater reading fluency and accuracy; a deeper understanding of the content of reading passages; learned strategies for improving comprehension; and developed strategies for independent reading outside of the classroom. Students will be able to construct coherent, well organized responses to a variety of topics and prompts. Our curriculum features lectures and dialogues that are broken down into manageable parts, giving students an opportunity to predict, identify main ideas, and effectively manage lengthy input. Guided discussion activities, structured pair and group work stimulate interest and interaction among students. Students will learn how to organize their information and ideas in a graphic organizer, writing, and/or making a presentation to the class. Upon completion of Academic listening and speaking, students will be prepared to participate in academic courses at American colleges and universities. All curriculum is designed around authentic lectures, seminars, and articles across various academic disciplines. Following an inquiry-based approach, our program focuses on developing critical thinking skills within the scope of English language learning. Download our Course Offerings for more information or take our free Placement Test to see if this program is right for you.

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