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Baldwin-Wallace College

44017-2088 275 Eastland Rd.
(440) 826.2900 

BWC was founded in 1845. Today it enrolls around 32,000 students. Students tofaculty ratio is 15:1. The university employs 167 full-time faculty (80% with doctorates or terminal degrees).

Baldwin-Wallace College offers following degrees: Bachelor of Arts; Bachelor of Science; Bachelor of Science - Education; Bachelor of Music; Bachelor of Music in Education; Master of Arts in Education; Master of Business Administration.


English as a Second Language (ESL) services are available to all Baldwin-Wallace students whose first language is not English.  This includes international exchange students as well as other B-W students.  The two courses listed below, ESL 101 and ESL 102 are available for credit to help students improve English speaking and writing skills.  Each course can be taken for up to 3 credits.  After taking the course for credit, students may continue to receive ESL services in subsequent semesters.  Due to potential unique circumstances, ESL students may be allowed to add the course(s) after the first week of the semester.  Please contact the ESL office for specific consideration and guidance.    

Besides, ESL instructors are available for individual instruction, informal conversation groups, assistance with written assignments, cultural understanding through discussion and field trips, and TOEFL study groups.

ESL instruction and support are part of B-W’s Learning Center, located on the top floor of Ritter Library.  Other services to support student success, such as tutoring and study skills are available to all B-W students free of charge. 

ESL 101 Speaking/Listening for academic Purposes. This course helps the Non-Native English Speaking (NNES) student improve overall academic speaking and listening skills by increasing retention of oral and written material and developing communication and presentation skills in an academic setting. 

ESL 102 Advanced Grammar. This course helps the Non-Native English Speaking (NNES) student improve overall academic writing skills by enhancing students’ ability to manipulate grammar for style and use academic vocabulary to communicate effectively even under time pressure.

$280 per credit hour

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