Saturday English Program
Courses in this program are conveniently scheduled on Saturday mornings and afternoons. They are designed for non-native English speakers who want to improve their English language skills for personal and professional reasons.
ACTIVE GRAMMAR COMMUNICATION
In this grammar course, students develop the form, meaning, and use of English grammar structures. These structures will help students understand and communicate better in social and academic situations.
SPEAKING & PRONUNCIATION
The pronunciation and speaking class are designed to help non-native speakers of English speak clearly and effectively, increase self-confidence, and learn speech monitoring abilities. The focus of this class will be on becoming more comfortable listening to rapidly spoken English and learning common expressions and idioms used in formal and informal contexts. Students practice these skills in listening and speaking homework assignments and in individual or group presentations.
Classroom: Aloysia 304
PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS ENGLISH: SKILLS FOR SUCCESS
The instructor will guide students through a hands-on experience in writing effective professional e-mails, creating their own American-style résumé, participating in mock job interviews, engaging in negotiation meetings, setting up an effective professional social media profile and more. The course will be open to intermediate level English speaker and above.
Time: 1:30pm to 4:00pm
Classroom: Aloysia 305
ENGLISH FOR PROFESSIONAL LIFE: AU PAIR COURSE
The instructor will guide students through a hands-on experience in professional and business negotiations. The course will prepare students to discuss jobs and projects, manage conflict, make and respond to proposals, and understand the needs of all sides
Learn test strategies and review grammar and vocabulary including Paper-based TOEFL Institutional Test. The test will be given after the class on the last day of the course. 20 hours including the test.
Classroom: Aloysia 304
- Small interactive class
- Professional native English speaking faculty
- Academic advisement
- Certificate available by request
- Full use of University facilities
Students are required to register prior to the first class meeting. For insurance reasons, students who are not registered are not allowed to sit in a classroom. Please note we cannot accept the registration and the payment via email
Download the Registration Form (PDF).
Please mail your registration form and your payment payable to Pace University to your office. Payment in a personal check or money order only. Without your payment, we cannot reserve a seat. Please make your check or money order payable to “Pace University.” The au pair’s name should be written in the memo section of the check. If you are using a money order, please bring it to our office in person as we will not be able to be responsible for the loss of money order.
NOTE: If you have already taken a class (Weekend, Evening, Saturday, or Weekday) with us before, you already have a university account. You MUST activate the account before registering for a new course. Please DO NOT create a new account. Please read the Online Registration Instruction including the Account Activation (PDF). Multiple accounts will make it difficult to verify classes you took for your credit hour requirement. If you took a course in the past, you may get the error message "Duplicate Course." If you get a "Duplicate Course" message, please call (914) 422-4042 or email the English Language Institute. Please indicate your first and last names clearly.
Enrollment is limited and registrations are accepted on a first-come, first serve basis. No registration will be accepted until payment has been received. This requirement applies to all participants.
All programs and the administrative office are on Pace University White Plains Campus
78 N Broadway
White Plains, NY
Get the directions to the White Plains Campus.
Pace Shuttle bus schedule from White Plains Station (weekdays, Spring and Fall semesters)
Pace Law School Campus Map (PDF)
Classroom: Classroom maybe changed. An email will be sent to you before the start of the course. If you do not see the email from ELI in a few days before the class start date, please check your junk mail folder, or call ELI at 914-422-4042.
Please make sure you will see the parking map (PDF) and park in the designated areas to avoid a ticket. If you drive to the campus and need a parking tag, please fill out the Pace University Car Registration (PDF) and give it to your instructor.
Students must attend all class meetings. Please inform your instructor or the ELI Office if you must miss a class. Students may miss a maximum of 2 class meetings without penalty in the Intensive Morning and Evening Programs, and a maximum of 1 class meeting without penalty in the Saturday Program. After the third missed class meeting for the Intensive Morning and Evening Programs, and after the second missed class meeting in the Saturday Program, students must submit a makeup writing assignment. If any additional class meetings are missed, you will only receive credit for the number of hours actually attended.
Saturday, Evening, TOEFL Blast, and Weekday Intensive students will receive an ELI ID card. Please keep the card with you if you plan to continue or if you think you may take our courses in the future. You will be charged $20 if you need the replacement card. Please be informed that Weekend Intensive students will not receive the ID card.
For more information, Please contact the English Language Institute at Westchester Campus.
Phone: (914) 422-4042