Dear CELAC Students:

Welcome to the Center for English Language and American Culture! A year ago when I wrote the Spring Welcome Message, I could never have imagined what was about to happen with the world-wide pandemic of COVID-19! It certainly turned our entire world upside down, and we were forced to move our instruction online. We have been like that ever since. For those of you who are still in your home country, I hope we can soon meet with everybody in person - in Albuquerque – in the near future! And for those of you who are in Albuquerque already, I can’t wait to see you at an event very soon!

Our teachers and staff have done an incredible job preparing your classes and events for this semester. I hope you take advantage of any extracurricular activities such as the clubs and any events around UNM. As part of the UNM community, you are welcome to join a great range of activities. Take a look and see what is interesting for you!

Once again, thank you for choosing CELAC at UNM for your academic English study. We look forward to a great semester with you. Please remember, #YouAreWelcomeHere




Dr. Paul Edmunds
Director of CELAC 

Welcome message from the Executive Director of Global Education Initiatives
Dr. Nicole Tami
Space still available to register for the Intensive English Course in Spring 2021. 
Intensive English courses support students to develop skills to succeed in a wide variety of academic studies or professional settings in English-speaking countries around the world.
Improve your English for daily life and Career Readiness!
This English class is designed to help non-native English speakers gain confidence in English, introduce them to local customs, and communicate more easily in their everyday lives.
Program participants attend ONLINE asynchronous classes for 30 days anytime, understand the format of the TOEFL ITP test and each section individually, and develop reading, writing, grammar, and listening skills required for success on the TOEFL ITP test. Students will take the TOEFL ITP test at the end of the course session.
Center for English Language & American Culture
Global Education Office

2120 Mesa Vista Hall
MSC06 3850, 1 University of New Mexico
Albuquerque, NM 87131-0001
Phone: (505) 277-4032, Fax: (505) 277-186

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