California College of Communications has been carefully monitoring the COVID-19 virus and after considering the choices made by other institutions, colleges and universities statewide, CalCC has decided to stop in-person classes effective Monday, March 16, 2020, resuming in-person classes on April 6. Starting this Monday, the classes will continue online.
The school will monitor that the students are taking the online classes to guarantee that they follow a full course of study as required by federal regulations, Student and Exchange Visitor Program (SEVP).
At the time of writing this notice there are no cases of COVID-19 related to our campus. At the end of the shutdown we will evaluate the situation and reconsider our options. Our primary concern is for the health and welfare of the students and our staff, that’s our first priority.
EDIT: CalCC will continue with online classes in our new session that starts April 6 to May 4th, 2020. We will reassess the situation at that time and inform you if we can start in-person classes again. Thank you for your understanding!
EDIT: CalCC will continue with online classes in our new session that starts June 1st-26th, 2020. We will reassess the situation at that time and inform you if we can start in-person classes again. Thank you for your understanding!
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On behalf of the faculty and staff at California College of Communications, we would like to welcome you to our English Language School. We look forward to helping you start your English language training and attaining your goals.
CalCC’s programs are designed to help non-native speakers of English master the conventions of academic English for both college and university level courses, the TOEFL exam, as well as their personal growth and development. By taking ESL courses at CalCC, students learn how to meet the high standards demanded by the academic community and professional workplace. Our alumni have transferred to various local universities and colleges such as: San Jose State, California State East Bay, San Francisco State universities, and Mission, De Anza, and West Valley colleges.
Our dedicated, knowledgeable and multi-lingual instructors believe that our education style and family-like atmosphere are incomparable.
Students will learn the basic skills needed to survive in an English-speaking environment. Listening, reading, writing, grammar, conversation, and vocabulary skills will be stressed strongly.
The Conversation in Culture program is a wonderful opportunity for international students to practice speaking and understanding conversational English in small groups with classmates who are at approximately the same level of English proficiency.
This advanced English course focuses on developing fluency, accuracy and communication skills for professionals seeking to work in the American English speaking business world, and prospect college or university students with ambitions to complete their graduate studies.
Summer vacation is the perfect time for International Students to come to California to learn and practice English while they can also have fun. The students can learn Academic and Conversational English in an accelerated program that will improve their English skills.
“Great school, nice teachers and friendly staff. I've had a great experience at CalCC.”
“CalCC is a very nice place, the tuition is cheaper than I thought. If you have some problems, the teachers and administration are very willing to help you. Here, you can learn not only English, but how to live, how to interact with people. Anyways, it is a good place.”
“I learned a lot from CalCC. The teachers are very professional, and my classmates are very friendly and helpful. I also made a lot of friends while I was here. This is the best English school I have ever been in.”