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Elmira College

New York 
14901 One Park Place
(800) 935.6472  

College campus is situated at 55 historic acres. It contains 7 classroom buildings, 11 dormitories, 2 administrative office buildings, library, computer lab facilities, campus center, health center, President's Home, and Mark Twain Study; major athletic facility completes the total campus. Eight college buildings are listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Average class sizes at EC is 16 students. Student-to-faculty ratio is 12:1. The College enrolls 1,200 students, thirteen percent of whom are valedictorians or salutatorians of their high schools or prep schools, from 35 states and 31 foreign countries.

Academic year consists of two twelve-week terms followed in April and May by a unique six-week Term devoted to travel, field experience, research, independent study, and innovative courses.


Elmira College is committed to international education and offers the English as a Second Language (ESL) Program. The ESL Program is designed for students who plan to attend Elmira College or other colleges and universities in the United States or Canada. The ESL Program is also recommended for those who want to improve their English skills for other personal or professional reasons.

ESL Courses:
Intensive Writing (Summer Course)
Intensive Grammar (Summer Course)
Intensive Listening (Summer Course)
Intensive Reading & Vocabulary (Summer Course)
Intensive Speaking (Summer Course)
Advanced Listening and Speaking 1 (3 hours/week)
Advanced Reading and Vocabulary 1 (3 hours/week)
Advanced Writing and Grammar 1 (3 hours/week)
Advanced Reading & Writing 1 (3 hours/week)
Advanced Listening and Speaking II (3 hours/week)
Advanced Reading and Vocabulary II (3 hours/week)
Advanced Writing and Grammar II (3 hours/week)
Advanced Reading and Writing II (3 hours/week)
Advanced Grammar I (3 hours/week)
Advanced Grammar II (3 hours/week)
Public Speaking (3 hours/week)
Oral Communication (3 hours/week)
Language Lab I (1-3 hours/week)
Language Lab II (1-3 hours/week)
International: Study Skills (1.5 hours/week)
International: American Culture (not regularly offered)
International: Business English (not regularly offered)
International: TOEFL Preparation (not regularly offered)

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