Transitional Studies (ESOL)
The ESOL Program has much to offer students whose native language is other than English. The classes are designed to help non-native English speakers keep pace with the academic instruction of college classes in order to be successful graduates. It offers multiple levels of instruction in Listening and Speaking, Grammar and Writing, and Reading and Vocabulary. All of these classes help to prepare students and build their English skills in order for them to be successful in their college classes. They may be able to begin some of the college level classes while they are in the ESOL Program. However, some restrictions may apply. The ESOL program at ASU is a University System of Georgia approved ESOL program, and successful completion of the program replaces the need for TOEFL testing at most USG institutions.
Transitional Studies (Learning Support)
Albany State University offers a series of courses to assist students with skill deficiencies they may have as they improve their writing and math skills. However, some restrictions may apply.