The CLCL administers a Peer Tutoring program in less commonly taught languages. Through this program students have the opportunity to practice their language skills with native and more advanced students, where they can ask questions related to instructional topics, expand on their cultural horizons, or to engage in authentic conversations.
The Directed Independent Language Study Program offers students, faculty, and staff the opportunity to learn a language not taught at the University. We recommend one of three pathways for engaging in learning one of these languages: BTAA Course Share, Mango Languages, and the Independent Language Learning Resources.
The Fulbright Foreign Language Teaching Assistant (FLTA) Program enables young educators to refine their teaching skills, increase their English language proficiency and extend their knowledge of the cultures and customs of the United States while engaging in non-degree studies at accredited post-secondary U.S. educational institutions. Along with their studies, FLTAs teach language courses, supervise language labs and lead language table discussions. FLTAs may serve as an instructor of a foreign language class or have a purely teaching assistant role. FLTAs may also act as resource persons in conversation groups, cultural representatives, attendants in language laboratories, coordinators of extra-curricular activities, guest speakers in civilization courses, heads of language clubs, houses, tables and much more.