Summer ESL Classes Start on June 21st!
NEW STUDENTS! Steps to Enroll in an Online ESL ClassCall the ESL Help Desk (below) or email us at ESLsdce@sdccd.edu if you have questions. Please click here to see the classes we are offering this summer.
Note: If you have attended ESL classes at San Diego Continuing Education before and have a Student Portal, go to myportal.sdccd.edu to update your application, skip steps 1-3, and go to step 4.
|✓||Steps||If you need help…|
|Complete the application. Online Student Application and Registration. Your Student ID number is: ______________.||Watch this video. Set English or your language subtitles in “Settings.”|
|Find email from SDCCD.|
|Create your student account - https://sdpss.sdccd.edu/enroll/||Read these instructions.|
Answer this questionnaire.
|A friend or family member may help you with the questionnaire.|
|What class is correct for you?
How much can you write in English?
Write about a picture.
Make an appointment to speak English on the phone.
|Watch this video. Set English or your language subtitles in “Settings.” No help with writing!|
|On your appointment day, answer the phone call from the school. An instructional assistant will help you enroll in classes.
How much can you speak in English?
Register for your class - https://myportal.sdccd.edu/
|Be ready to use a computer. See instructions on How to Enroll for a Class.|
|Have fun studying online!|
ESL Help Desk
Please contact us if you have questions.
Call: Mon, Tues or Wed
8:30am – 1:00pm or 5:00pm – 7:00pm
Call in your language or in English. Leave a message.
If you are 18 or older and a resident of California, you may attend classes. If you are under 18 and a high school graduate, married, or in the military, and a resident of California, you may also attend. Contact Student Services if you have questions about attending classes, SDCEStudentServices@sdccd.edu. Regulations set by USCIS (United States Citizenship and Immigration Services) prohibit individuals in the U.S. with an F-1, B-1 or B-2 (visitor) visa, or with a border crossing card from attending Continuing Education classes.