Adult Education and Literacy LogoESL (English Language Acquisition) for Adults is a program for adults learning English as a Second Language to improve their English communication skills with help from instructors. Classes focus on language skills, depending on each student’s English abilities, interests and needs. The ESL program focuses on conversational English, grammar, reading, listening, comprehension, writing and vocabulary. ESL students enjoy small class sizes and a personalized approach to learning. This program is not only an opportunity for language learning but also for cultural exchange and understanding.

Contact ESL

Student Success Center (SSDC)
Room 3600

Phone: 254-298-8620

Orientation & Class Schedules

ESL classes are taught at Temple College’s Main Campus and in Belton at the Harris Community Center. Students must attend an entire orientation. Once the orientation is completed, students will be placed into the appropriate class to begin or further develop their English speaking skills. Class information will be provided at orientation.

  • Participants must bring a current picture ID
  • Do not bring children - No childcare will be provided


January 2019

Temple Class Schedule

Tuesday and Thursday 9:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.
Tuesday and Thursday 6:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.

Belton Class Schedule

Monday and Wednesday 9 a.m. – 11 a.m.

current students only

Citizenship Classes

Citizenship classes help prepare students for the U.S. Naturalization Exam. The classes provide instruction on the rights and responsibilities of civic participation along with U.S. History and Government pertaining to citizenship and naturalization processes.

Registration Dates

January 2019

  • Must bring a picture ID
  • Do not bring children - No childcare will be provided