Summer 2020 class registration is closed. The Fall 2020 semester begins September 8, 2020. Enroll now!
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 fall.
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.