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Intercultural Communication Center Language Support Check-in
All ICC classes, whether the focus is on speaking, writing or culture, are designed to help nonnative English speakers improve their command of academic fluency and their understanding of US academic culture.
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Language Support Check-in
Classes
Workshops
Seminars

Warner Hall 308
5000 Forbes Avenue
Pittsburgh PA 15213-3890
Office: (412) 268-4979
email:
eslhelp@andrew.cmu.edu

  Language Support Check-in: the first step in getting started with ICC support

Before attending ICC work, students need to attend a brief language support check-in to get recommendations for appropriate work and be added to our contact-list for email announcements before the start of each class, workshop or seminar. If possible, students should bring TOEFL scores, including sub-scores (an official copy is not required, but is useful). Students who plan to work as TAs are strongly advised to have a check-in at the start of their first semester on campus.

Check-ins are offered most days during the two weeks before classes begin in August, and periodically throughout the semester. See the current schedule below:

New students: If you missed the check-in sessions below, you can still get started with ICC work. Call the ICC to find out when a make-up check-in might be available (412) 268-4979.

PhD students (group sessions; must be there at the start of the session) 

Date Time Room
January 13 4:00pm Cyert Hall A55

Master students (group sessions; must be there at the start of the session) 

Date Time Room
January 13 2:00pm, 3:00pm Cyert Hall A55
January 17 10:00am, 11:00am Cyert Hall A55