English as a Second Language (ESL)

Accepting New Students

ESL Summer Class Schedule

  • Tuesday and Thursday, 9 a.m. - 11 a.m. / 1 p.m. - 3 p.m. / 6 p.m. - 8 p.m.

ESL Spring & Fall Class Schedule

  • Monday - Thursday, 9 a.m. - 11 a.m.
  • Monday - Thursday, 1 p.m. - 3 p.m.
  • Tuesday and Thursday, 6 p.m. - 8 p.m.

ESL Subjects

English as a Second Language supports English Language Learners improve the following English skills:

  • Listening
  • Speaking
  • Reading
  • Writing

Classes are taught in small groups according to skill level using a communicative approach and individualized to the needs of each student. New students can register on-site. An assessment, the Basic English Skills Test Plus (BEST+), is required and administered to determine appropriate placement in the class.

Classes are located at the Casper College campus, Werner Technical Center.



• Ofrecemos Diferentes Niveles de Inglés como Segunda Lengua
• Las Clases se Imparten de Lunes a Jueves a las 9 am y a las 1 pm (13:00 horas) y los Martes y Jueves a las 6 pm (18:00 horas)
• Únase a Nuestra Comunidad Diversa de ESL Donde Todos Celebramos Nuestras Diferencias Culturales y nos Apoyamos Mutuamente
Llame hoy para Reservar su Lugar: 307-268-2230.
Pre y Post-Test Son Necesarios. También se Ofrecen Clases
de Ciudadanía, Según Sea Necesario.
Centro de Aprendizaje de Adultos @ Casper College

International Language Lab

The International Language Lab is open to English language learners of all levels and is a place to practice speaking English in a safe environment. This lab offers the opportunity to meet other international community members and experience Wyoming life.

Monday - 1 p.m. – 3 p.m.


Q: How much does it cost to attend ESL classes at the Adult Learning Center?

A: Classes at the Adult Learning Center are FREE.

Q: How do I enroll in classes?

A: Call the Adult Learning Center at 307-268-2230 to sign up for orientation or complete the online information form.

Q: What is expected of me as a student?

A: Students must complete a registration form, take pre- and post-test exams, as well as attend 4 hours of class a week for a 6-week session.

Q: What types of ESL classes are offered? 

A: Speaking and listening, reading and writing, computer lab, guided lab, and international lab.

Q: How do I qualify for classes?

A: You must be at least 18 years old, out of school, and a non-native speaker of English. You must be able to commit to attending 4 hours per week for 6 weeks.

Q: Are the teachers bilingual?

A: Yes, all of the ESL teachers speak more than one language including German, Hungarian, and Spanish.

Q: Can I study on my own?

A: Language learning requires a lot of practice, which is difficult to do on your own. Our program utilizes a communicative approach to language, rather than grammar drills. If you’d like extra study materials, however, we are happy to provide some.

Q: Can I bring my child(ren)?

A: Children are not allowed to be on campus while parents attend class. We can help you find childcare should you need it.

Q: How long does it take to learn English?

A: Learning a language can take years, but we only ask you to commit to 6 weeks at a time.

Q: I signed up for class, but now I have a new job. What can I do?

A: Please contact an instructor immediately so we can find another class time that fits your schedule.

Q: What if the class is too hard for me?

A: Just keep coming! Our teachers work very hard to meet the needs of all students, but language learning does take persistence and effort on the part of the student.

Q: Do I need a Social Security Number (SSN)?

A: A Social Security Number is not required to sign up for our program at this time.

Q: Do you report status to immigration?

A: We do not routinely share your personal information with other agencies.

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