Learn English, improve your reading and conversation skills, or work with a mentor to reach your personal or professional goals with our mix of in-person and online resources available through the Library.
Our award-winning programs and services include English conversation groups, volunteer mentors, study materials, and other services designed for adult learners.
Mentoring Services Coordinator
Community Outreach Department
This learner-driven service provides free mentoring to intermediate adult learners who want to improve their reading, writing, speaking, listening, and grammar skills. Mentors help connect learners to the community through partnerships, collaboration, and resource navigation based on learner goals.
Learn more about ESL Mentoring Services, apply to the program, or become a volunteer mentor.
Conversations in English offers a friendly, informal setting for English language learners to practice their English and connect with others. A native-English speaker guides conversations on relevant, every day topics like family, work, school, sports, and daily life. All levels of experience and ability are welcome.
Visit our online events calendar for upcoming meetings and registration.
Discuss multicultural books with other ESL students twice per month in a supportive learning environment. We read a single book over the course of several sessions to provide lots of time to read and discuss the book. This new book group for intermediate to advanced English speakers launches in October 2022.
Take lessons in more than 70 different languages, including English, Spanish, Chinese, and Arabic.
Brainfuse Adult Learning Center
Whether you are going back to school, switching jobs, or just want to brush up on an academic skill, tutors are available from 3 p.m. to midnight every day to help with math, science, English, and more. Take ACT, SAT, GED, and U.S. Citizenship practice tests.