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Gannon University welcomes students from all over the world to our campus.
If English is not your native language, you might need to take English As A Second Language (ESL) courses at Gannon University.
We want to make this easy for you, so we will help you find the classes you need.
If you are coming from an English-speaking country (see list below), you will probably not need to take ESL courses.
If English is not your native language, you will need to take a test to measure your English language ability.
You can take the test in your own country or you can take the test at Gannon when you arrive.
Depending on the result of your test, you will either be placed into one of the levels of ESL classes or if your results are high enough, you will not have to take ESL classes at all.
British West Indies
Canada – excluding Quebec
We will accept results from these tests (if your score is less than the number shown you will need to take English As A Second Language courses):
You must show us a transcript that lists the highest level of English you have taken and your grades at that level and a letter of recommendation by the program director.
Gannon University offers ESL as a service to students who need such training, and we do this at a cost that is much less than tuition.
That is why awards and scholarships intended for your degree work do not apply to ESL training.
For more information on TOEFL, IELTS, or ELS, please visit the following Web sites:
If you need additional help, the ESL office will be happy to assist you.
Phone: 814-871-7104Toll Free: 1-800-426-6668
Office Location:Palumbo Academic Center824 Peach St.