ESOL Students' Countries

ESOL Students' CountriesOur ESOL students represent over 40 countries from different parts of the world, including Mexico, Colombia, China, Germany, Denmark, Venezuela, Brazil, Korea, Pakistan and Japan. Despite their different cultural and language backgrounds, they are all here in the program to improve their English and achieve their personal and professional goals. Some of our students are immigrants who have made the United States their home; others are international students who are in the United States to pursue an academic degree. The program also caters to professionals and their families who are here in the United States temporarily for work. More information >>

Intercultural Activities

ESOL sponsors a variety of intercultural activities for its students and the college to promote diversity and multicultural understanding, and to create a community for its students.

Ethnic Lunch/Dinner

Ethnic Lunch/DinnerThis is the students' most popular event. Our ESOL students, their families, and ESOL faculty come together twice a semester to share the foods and music native to their countries. More information >>

Celebrate Success Ceremony

Celebrate Success CeremonyAt the end of each fall and spring semester, we celebrate and acknowledge our students' achievements at this event. The ceremony includes awarding certificates and prizes to our outstanding students, who are selected from each class by their classmates, entertainment, door prizes, guest speaker, student speaker, and food. More information >>


DiversityThis ESOL student newsletter sponsored by the program contains the ESOL students' stories, essays and artwork. The newsletter is published once a semester and distributed to ESOL students, LSC-Kingwood faculty and employees, and the community. The Diversity newsletter is also posted on the website of the ESOL Program. More information >>

International Education Week

International Education WeekIn November of each year, LSC-Kingwood observes this week to celebrate the diverse cultures represented by our students and to promote multicultural understanding and international education. ESOL students are actively involved in the planning and implementation of the activities for the week.

Intercultural Student Organization (ISO)

Intercultural Student Organization ISOThe ISO promotes diversity and multicultural understanding both on campus and in the community. Membership in this organization is open to all students. The Intensive English Program and ISO hold a variety of cultural events that allow students to share their cultures and traditions and to educate their fellow students. More information >>