Denver, CO 80224
Hours of Operation
8:30 a.m. - 9:30 p.m.
We run classes in the morning and the afternoon:
Morning: 8:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Evening: 5:00 - 9:30 p.m.
New America College is post-secondary English Language Acquisition (ELA/ESL) Institute. We welcome students from all over the world. Our classrooms have hosted students from more than 50 countries. NAC's faculty is specially trained and fully qualified to determine and respond to the language learning needs of non-native English speakers. Our expectation is that our students will go on to further academic or career success. Many students have used their NAC education to assist them with enrolling in colleges and universities.Our students have successfully passed the TOEFL exam and have entered colleges or universities in order to further their education and pursue degrees.
NAC offers the following classes: • Level 1 (Beginner) • Level 2 (High Beginner) • Level 3 (Intermediate) • Level 4 (High Intermediate) • Level 5 (Low Advanced) • Level 6 (Advanced) • TOEFL(Testing of English as a Foreign Language) Preparation • Business English • University Prep • American Culture and Conversation 1 & 2 • Communication in the Modern World 1, 2 & 3
NAC also offers part-time classes for non-F1 students: American Culture and Conversation •
Business English •
English for Healthcare • English Language Acquisition • TOEFL •ation.
The closest main intersection is Monaco and Leetsdale. We are located at 925 S. Niagara Street. The admissions office is location on the 5th floor in Suite 500.
Cost InfoFull-time students: $625./month, plus cost of book Part-time students: Prices vary per course. No book costs Registration Fee (non-refundable) - $50. Resource Fee (non-refundable) - $50.
Student and Volunteer Success Stories
Hello friends! My name is Kanat. I'm from Kyrgyzstan, a tiny country in Central Asia, surrounded by other "stan" countries. In the past we were the part of the Soviet Union, so I grew up speaking multiple languages. Since my childhood I've been always curious about the world diversity. My curiosity ultimately led me to graduate from university in my home country with a Master's degree in International Relations. However, with a lack of possibilities for professional growth in Kyrgyzstan, I urged myself to find a new path for my life. The helping hand came from New America College. They were a thousand miles away from me in another part of the world, yet it felt that these people really wanted to help me. I began a new era in the USA, a world of great possibilities and hopes that one could accomplish. NAC is ultimately where my new journey began.
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