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Intensive English Program (IEP)

Welcome new, returning, and transfer F-1 international students!

Fall 2014: August 19 – December 5, 2014

Deadline: July 17, 2014.

Spring 2015:  January 20-- May 15, 2015

Deadline:  November 15, 2014

APPLY NOW!

If you need help filling out the application, please contact Rebecca Freeland International Education Technician. Her phone number is 415.457.8811, Ext. 7740.

For more information, please contact Sara Oser at 415.883.2211, ext. 8579, or email sara.oser@marin.edu.

Welcome to College of Marin Intensive English Program (IEP)

College of Marin’s Intensive English Program (IEP) has more than 30 years of success educating English language learners. We welcome new and returning F-1 international students, and F-1 transfer students from other schools and local residents who wish to improve English language skills.

Located in the friendly city of Novato on the beautiful College of Marin Indian Valley Campus, Intensive English Program students enjoy small classes, excellent instructors, and fun, but challenging, course work. The IEP prepares students to enter American colleges and universities and helps its student to improve English skills for business and general communication ability, and also to prepare for the Institutional TOEFL and TOEFL IBT tests.

Our safe and peaceful campus with its spacious walking paths and magnificent oak trees has great natural beauty, yet it is only 20 minutes away from the internationally famous Golden Gate Bridge and all the excitement of San Francisco.

The IEP offers two 16-week semesters each year for F-1 students. Each semester has 20 hours per week total instruction time, divided into four subject areas of Grammar for Written and Oral Communication, Writing with Reading, Speaking/Listening/Pronunciation. and Idioms and Topics in American Culture. IEP students are placed into one of three class levels—High Beginning, Intermediate, Advanced—based on placement tests the first week of the semester. Each semester students progress through the program by completing all assignments and by testing into the next level. Students who successfully complete the Advanced level are guaranteed admission in the the College of Marin’s Credit Program.

Institutional TOEFL takes place Friday, November 7, 2014 at the Indian Valley campus. Building 5, Room 188. Fill out Community Services Registration Form, Course Reference Number to be announced. Pay $30 by cash, check, or credit card in Admissions and Records at Kentfield or Indian Valley Campus. Keep receipt and bring to test along with identification.  Park in Lot #2. Daily or semester parking permit required or park off campus. Hand-scored results available by email following week.  Official score sheets available for pick up at the IEP 4--6 weeks after test.  For registration information and practice tests, contact sara.oser@marin.edu.

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  • Highlights
  • Faculty and Staff
  • Further Study/Transfer
  • Academic Counselors
  • Campus Facilities
  1. How to Apply
  2. Conditional Admissions Agreement
  3. Application Forms
  • Program Structure
  • Course Outlines
  • Cultural Activities
  • Fall 2014
  • Visa Categories
  • IEP Tuition Fees
  • Housing
  • Visa Applications
  • Frequently Asked Questions

For more information, contact us:
Intensive English Program
Indian Valley Campus
1800 Ignacio Blvd.
Novato, CA 94949 U.S.A.

Located upstairs in Pomo Building 3, Room 259, next to the Transportation Technology Building


415.883.2211 ext. 8579
415.883.2632 (FAX)
E-mail: intensive.english@marin.edu
Web site: www.marin.edu/iep


 

 

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Intensive English Program web page
Technical Contact: Sara Oser, Coordinator, College of Marin Intensive English Program, 415.883.2211, Extension 8579
Content Responsible: Dr. Jason Lau
, Director, Community Education, Lifelong Learning and International Education, 415.485.9316