Intensive English Program

Students from Western Washington University's Intensive English Program are asked questions about living in America.

Here's what they had to say.

Do you love to read?

The Intensive English Program at Western Washington University is looking for volunteers to share some pages of a book they're currently reading with an IEP class this quarter.

Volunteers are asked to read 7 to 15 pages aloud from a book of their choice to…

Students with diverse backgrounds and differing beliefs will compare and contrast methods of communication, gender roles and marriage practices as they relate to their native countries and their experiences living in the United States at a special panel Dec. 2.

The students, who are…

How do international students deal with adjusting to life in the United States? A handful of students in in level four of the Intensive English program at Western Washington University will be displaying their writing in the Learning Commons in Wilson Library through Nov. 23.

The students…

Name? Xiaoniu Yang

What is your job here at Western? “So, my title is pretty long. It's student services and social media advisor in Extended Education Language and Culture Programs.”

What does your department do? “Extended Education is pretty…

Western Washington University's Intensive English Program invites people to break Ramadan fast from 9 to 10:30 p.m. Tuesday, July 16.

The free event is open to both Western students and members of the community who want to learn about and participate in the…

The international students of Western Washington University’s Intensive English Program will play host to a Ramadan event to share the breaking of fast from 9 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. on Wednesday, July 16, in College Hall Room 137.

This event is free and open to Western students and…

Western Washington University's Language and Culture Programs will hold a potluck-style picnic celebrating the Fourth of July from 6 p.m. to 11 p.m. on Friday, July 4, at the Performing Arts Center Plaza.

The event is free and open to community members. Guests will have the…

The Intensive English Program at Western Washington University is looking for families and households to provide homestays for male international students who are learning English.

China, Korea, Saudi Arabia, Taiwan and Japan are just a few of the places families could learn about through…

Last January, 26-year-old Dennis Amien left the Republic of Côte d’Ivoire, the only home he had every known. He traveled halfway around the world from West Africa to Bellingham with two goals: to learn to speak fluent English and to earn his bachelor’s degree and MBA from…

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