- Log in to Corsair Connect
- From the menu on the left side, click Enrollment Services, then Student Records.
- Click Placement History. You will need Adobe Acrobat Reader to view your results in a PDF.
You will enroll in the appropriate course based on the placement information provided to you after you submit your student application. Below are the options that you may be given.
This is the traditional 3-unit transfer level course. Students who have strong writing and reading comprehension skills and good study habits will most likely be successful in this course. This a faster-paced course that offers less time in class for face-to-face support.
English 1 + English 28
This is English 1 (3 units) paired with English 28 (2 units), for a total 5-unit class. It is taught as one class, with the same professor, same students, and the same room. Think of it as English 1 with extra support—more time with your professor, more time in the classroom to practice the skills you will learn, and a curriculum to support students who would like to do well in their first college-level English class.
- English 20
This is a 3-unit preparatory course for students who want to strengthen their academic writing and reading skills necessary for success in a college-level English course, like English 1 or English 1+28. This class is a good option if you are far removed from any English work in high school or have struggled with written English or with reading comprehension. Students selecting this class would take English 20 in the first semester and then English 1 or English 1 + English 28 in the second semester.
English 23: Intermediate Reading and Vocabulary
This course is designed to improve the reading skills necessary for college success and it helps develop vocabulary.
English 24: Grammar Review
This course is an intensive review of grammar for students who want to increase their understanding of English fundamentals and reduce grammatical errors in their writing.