- Student Handbook
- CESL Endorsement
- Learning English Efficiently
- PASS Program
Connect with the University of Arizona
Carry these 3 IDs with you at all times.
- CESL Fees Card. Use this card for admission to CESL classes and labs and at the Campus Health Center. It has emergency information on it.
- Cat Card. Us this ID in the community to show that you are a University student. It is a photo ID.
- AETNA Health Insurance Card. Keep this card with you in case of emergency.
- Driver’s License. You must have a driver’s license if you drive a car.
- You may request a state ID that shows your birth date if you don’t drive and want a second photo ID.
If you are sick
- In an emergency, dial 911 or go to the nearest emergency room at a hospital; use your AETNA health insurance card.
- If you need to see a doctor on the weekend, go to an Urgent Care Center: use your AETNA health insurance card
The student insurance program for CESL students is provided by Aetna Student Health and serviced by The Harbour Group. To find a full list of Aetna preferred providers please visit: Find a Doctor
Mandatory CESL Immigration Orientation All new students must attend the immigration orientation. There is a $50.00 late fee for students who do not attend the session during orientation.
Register at CESL Each semester, all students must complete the online registration to update their address and emergency information.
Change local Address (CESL Form) All students must notify CESL when they change their address.
Concurrent Enrollment Immigration regulations state that F-1 students need the permission of the I-20 issuer to pursue concurrent enrollment in two institutions. Therefore, we will require any student who is studying on a CESL I-20 to have written permission from CESL to study elsewhere. Students who are studying outside of CESL without our written permission will be in violation of their status and terminated. To be eligible for concurrent enrollment in another school the CESL student must:
- be currently enrolled in CESL level 60 or above
- maintain a CESL GPA of 2.0 or better
- maintain good attendance at CESL; no more than 10 % absent
- The concurrent enrollment can not conflict with the regularly scheduled CESL classes.
- A student may enroll in no more than 4 credit hours outside of CESL per semester or session
Visit University Classes
CESL students can visit regularly scheduled UA classes with the permission of CESL and the instructor of the UA class. See the Admissions and Student Services Manager for more details.