International Cafe

International Cafe is a monthly conversational setting where non-native speakers, as well as native speakers, can enjoy refreshments, make friends from other countries, and practice their English.

Friday Evenings from 7:00pm - 8:30pm; Room 106

  • 8/22/14

  • 9/19/14

  • 10/17/14

  • 11/14/14

  • 12/12/14

Contact Us:
Elizabeth Berry, Chair and Professor, ESOL and World Languages
Phone:  603.578.6912 (Direct)
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Project LEAP
Latino Educational Achievement Program

Nashua Community College has the resources to enable Latino students to succeed.  National studies have shown that Latino college students fail to graduate at a much higher rate than their Anglo counterparts.  Studies have also shown that students who attend colleges with Latino College Programs attain higher levels of student college completion.  So you may be better off selecting a college with a Latino College Program such as Project LEAP.  Project LEAP, the Latino Educational Achievement Program, is designed to assist Latino students.

Project LEAP helps students enroll in Nashua Community College, and then provides students with the resources necessary to achieve at high levels of success.

Resources

The specific resources of Nashua Community College that assist Latino students include a wide range of ESOL courses.  Latino student activities such as SALSA, the World Language Club, and International Cafe, institutional academic support, and the resources of the World Languages/ESOL Office.

Located in Room 119, on the first floor of NCC near the atrium, the ESOL Department offers support for non-native speakers of English including:

  • Language Evaluations
  • Advising
  • Tutoring
  • Social Activities

Contact

Donna Marceau, Professor and Outreach Coordinator
Phone:  (603) 578-8900 ext. 1762
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World Languages Club

The World Languages Club exists to bridge language gaps between native and non-native speakers of a language.  In addition to providing knowledge about global awareness, the World Languages Club plans cultural activities around food, film, and music.  In May of 2010, members travelled to the United Nations in New York City on an all-expense paid trip.  For more information about these activities, please contact Elizabeth Berry at 603.578.6912 or emailThis email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. '; document.write(''); document.write(addy_text62206); document.write('<\/a>'); //-->\n This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

ESOL Courses

International Cafe

Helpful Resources

Contact Us:
Elizabeth Berry
Phone: 603.578.6912
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ESOL Helpful Resources

Academic Advising Center

The Academic Advising Center, located in Room 99, assists students with the registration process, course and program changes, transfer options, and other related college practices.  The specific programs served, hours, and contact information are posted outside Room 99.  Students can find the name of their assigned advisor on the Student Information System.

The Learning Commons

The Academic Support Center provides educational support and resources to the College community.  The Center includes:

  • The Tutoring Center - Tutoring is available to all students, free of charge.  Tutoring is led by faculty members and peer tutors.  One-on-one, group, or drop-in tutoring takes  place on campus and focuses on the needs of the students.
  • Disability Services - Students who have documented learning disabilities may speak with the Disability Coordinator to establish reasonable accommodation plans.
  • Computer Lab - Students may use the computers to work on their assignments.
  • PLATO Online Tutorial - Plato is an online, self-paced tutorial.
  • Math Center - Staffed by math faculty, the Math Center offers drop-in assistance to all students.

 

SALSA (Student Alliance for Latino Student Achievement)

SALSA provides study assistance at NCC to Latino (Spanish/Portuguese-speaking) students needing extra help, open forums whereby Latino students can meet at biweekly/monthly lunch meetings to receive information about career services, about ESOL services, and financial aid/scholarships/social services available in the community.

ESOL Courses

Project LEAP (Latino Educational Achievement Program)

World Language Club

International Cafe

Contact Us:
Elizabeth Berry
Professor & Chairperson, World Languages and English for Speakers of Other Languages Department
603-578-8900 Ext. 1678
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