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Language and Literacy Center

The Language and Literacy Center (LLC) supports English language learners (ELLs) on their pathway to academic and career success. ELL/ESL support services are available to English language learners at any level, whether they are enrolled in OPE电子竞技官网's English-as-a-Second Language program or are taking general education or major courses.  

Language & Literacy Center Services

ESL Help with Coursework

  • English (ESL) grammar, reading, writing, listening, vocabulary, presentations, conversation, and pronunciation help
  • Study skills, homework, and test preparation

English Conversation Practice

  • Increase your skill and confidence speaking and understanding English
  • Learn and practice skills for classroom presentations, job interviews, and more

Reading and vocabulary learning 

  • Reading assistance with textbooks, research articles, and homework assignments
  • Learn how to learn new vocabulary

Spring Quarter Hours

South Omaha Campus, Connector Building, Room 205

Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Fridays: 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Drop in: no appointment necessary.

Language & Literacy Center Online

 Afternoon, evening, Friday, and Saturday appointments and drop-in assistance are available via the LLC Online. For online drop-in assistance and to create and join online appointments, click the AccuCampus tile on the Student Links page. 

South Omaha Campus, Mahoney Building Commons

Tuesdays and Thursdays: 3:00PM - 5:00PM
Drop in: no appointment necessary.

Fort Omaha Campus, Career and Academic Skills Center (Building 23), Learning Commons  (2nd floor)

Mondays and Wednesdays: 2:00PM - 4:00PM
Drop in: no appointment necessary.

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Language and Literacy Center Goals

  • Provide students who are learning English with language support and academic coaching services
  • Collaborate with college faculty to integrate English language learner support into general education and program-area instruction
  • Encourage interactions among English learners and peers, staff, and faculty to improve student engagement, learning and persistence
  • Facilitate transitions of ELLs from high school or noncredit ESL through credit ESL and developmental coursework to college-level coursework and to their career or transfer programs