ESOL Certificate Program Admission Requirements
The process for admission to the university as an ESOL certificate program student is designed to assist applicants who want to advance their English skills to meet personal or employment goals. The university is not authorized by the Student Exchange and Visitor Program (SEVP) to enroll nonimmigrant (F1-Visa) students in its ESOL certificate program.
Each candidate for admission to the ESOL certificate program, will receive a personal assessment of his or her background with a focus on providing the guidance necessary for a sound selection.
For the ESOL program, applicants must submit:
1. Completed Application Form
2. Application Fee of $50.00
3. Proof of High School Graduation or its equivalent
4. Government issued photo ID
5. Take the UoNA English proficiency exam on arrival to UoNA prior to registering for courses.
The English language proficiency exam is a nationally recognized English proficiency test. It consists of three parts: 1) a 100-multiple-choice portion addressing areas of listening, grammar, vocabulary, and reading, 2) a 250-word essay component, prompting written reasons of an opinion with examples and details, 3) an oral questionnaire asking for verbal reasons with examples and supportive information.