Learn English For Free*
We believe everyone should have access to a quality education. We believe that you should have the chance to succeed, no matter where you’ve been or where you plan to go.
Could you benefit from learning English or increasing your proficiency? Or do you know someone who could? Goodwin College can help!
- Goodwin College is conveniently located on bus lines 96 and 94.
- Academic and vocational English classes for increased job opportunities and better quality of life.
- Day classes begin six times a year.
- Evening classes begin three times a year.
* ESL courses are available to most students at no cost. Income guidelines and residency requirements apply. The student is responsible for the cost of the application fee and books.
Complete the form above to request more information or call 800.889.3282
Goodwin College is accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC). Consumer information about the College and its programs, including gainful employment data, is available here.
For our students... It’s better here.
Those bold enough to join us on the journey – the healers, the caregivers, the leaders, and the makers – will find what they’ve been searching for... here.
We care about those we serve and about why they’re here. We are a nonprofit college that reinvests your tuition dollars into your education and into continually improving the Goodwin experience for our students. We also award millions of dollars in institutional aid to our students each year to help them pay for college.
We believe the most important outcome of higher education should be a great career. Our programs are informed by the needs of Connecticut employers — we ask what they’re looking for, then design our programs and train students accordingly.
We believe in serving “non-traditional” college students. We understand the needs of all of our students and provide flexibility and support where many colleges don’t. Some students come to Goodwin from other colleges and universities, others are taking their first steps into the world of higher education or come to find a new career. All find a helpful and supportive environment.