CESL Activities

Fall II Activities:

CESL Clubs

Join a club, workshop, or organization and practice English!

Please see the CESL Clubs board next to room 205 for more information.  

  • Student Council (CESL student-run government! Get invovled & make a difference!)
    Fall & Spring Semesters Only - Every other Monday (weeks 2, 4, 6, & 8) 12:15-1:00pm (CESL 202)
  • Book Club
    Every other Monday (weeks 3, 5, & 7) 12:15-1:00pm (SLC- CESL 212)
  • Game Club (play games to relax & practice English!)
    Tuesdays 12:15-1:00pm (SLC- CESL 212)
  • Conversation Club (themed discussions w/ UA students)
    Tuesdays 3:10-4pm (CESL 213)
  • PIL Workshops (learn to be a better student!)
    Wednesdays 12:15-1:00pm (CESL 203)
  • DJ Mixx Club (learn to mix songs, choose songs, & have fun!
    Wednesdays 3:10-4pm (CESL 213)
  • Arts & Crafts Club / Knitting Club (different art projects for all skill levels)
    Thursdays 12:15-1:00pm (SLC- CESL 212)
  • Music Club (sing, dance, make music, listen! All skill levels welcome)
    Fridays 12:15-1:15pm (CESL 202)
  • Soccer Club (get some exercise on the UA Mall and play against UA students)
    Fridays 4-5:30pm (Meet in the CESL lobby)--Starting in Fall 2, 2017!
  • Table Talk (speaking practice w/ UA students & Tucson volunteers)
    Weekdays (MTWRF) 12:15-1:00pm (SLC - CESL 212)
  • Dinner Club (try new & different foods and restaurants)
    Various weekdays as posted 6-8pm (meet downstairs in CESL)
  • Volunteer Club (volunteer your time to help others)
    Various days as posted

Things to do on Campus:

WILDCAT ASUA students publish a daily campus newspaper called the Wildcat which includes the daily international and national lead stories, but concentrates on campus news. The calendar lists all club and organization meetings for that day. The classified ads advertise apartments or rooms for rent, roommates wanted and any number of items students want to buy or sell. Also check the Wildcat for money-saving coupons.

The UA campus has many interesting museums and special exhibits. You may visit these with your class. If not, you should try to visit these places on your own or with a friend.



"Being part of CESL is an incomparable experience. All the things that we learn here are important because we interact with people from all over the world."