About MCC's ELL Program

MCC’s Workforce Development Center welcomes English Language Learner (ELL) students who come from dozens of different countries and settle in the greater Manchester area. You can take courses at the Workforce Development Center to improve your English skills or enroll in college courses that lead to academic certificates and degrees.

Specialized ESOL Short Non-Credit Classes

MCC’s Workforce Development Center offers a range of sequenced non-credit courses in English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) to provide instruction and support from intermediate to advanced levels of learning. This sequencing format gives you the opportunity to build on the foundation of your language skills and further develop these skills within a comprehensive program of English-language instruction.

Goal and Objectives

  • English language fluency
  • Integration of listening, reading, speaking, writing in all ELL classes
  • Use of authentic materials
  • Understanding and valuing different cultures
  • Peer and self-assessment
  • Computer literacy
  • Vocabulary building

Register for an ELL Class

To register you can call the Workforce Development Center at (603)-206-8160 or register online at Course Storm.


Glenn Fearnley is MCC’s ELL Academic Support Specialist, with an office in the Academic Advising Center (Room 248). Advising services are free for all MCC students.

Make an appointment with Glenn to learn more about how MCC can support you on your academic path or call him at (603) 206-8176.

MCC’s ELL Advisor Can Also Help You With:

  • English-language assessment/placement
  • Foreign credential assistance
  • ELL tutoring
  • Academic and career counseling
  • Foreign credential assistance
  • Career Paths, Job information
  • Support Services including individual help with oral and written communication
  • Student advocacy and referrals
  • Student-centered multicultural activities and clubsL