Academic Resources for Drexel International Students
The ELC's Tutoring and Language Support Program offers language consultations and diagnostic services, as well as one-on-one tutoring, for undergraduate international students. Visit the Language Support page to learn more and sign up for a consultation.
These short, 3-5 minute video presentations provide practical tips that can help students with academic skills and strategies.
Special workshops about language and culture are available by request for Drexel groups and classes. Visit our Workshops page to learn more or to request a workshop.
University Courses and Resources
ESL 110: Foundations of University Study
This course provides a review of English grammar, an introduction to academic reading and writing, and opportunities to interact with native English speakers in order to prepare for ENG 101. To register for this course, speak with your advisor.
These augmented courses provide two additional non-credit hours for students needing ESL support in the freshman humanities (HUM101, 102, 103) sequence.
Speaking and Listening
This four-hour, non-credit course is available for undergraduate and graduate international students who need to develop skills and confidence in their oral communication skills.
Working on a writing project? The Drexel Writing Center offers all university students free tutoring by experienced faculty members. (Not available to ELC students.)
Academic Resources for ELC Students
The ELC's Tutoring program
offers one-on-one tutoring as well as small group workshops to assist students with their language learning needs.