Current Students

The EFL Department is committed to helping students meet their University requirements during the transition to the new Stretch Composition program that does not add time to degree-completion. Click through the questions below to learn more information about what to do next.

I did not successfully complete ENG 96. What course do I take now?

If you did not pass your ENG 96 course, or if you are an EO665 student that was for some reason unable to take ENG 96, EFL will offer sections of ENG 96 in the first summer session of 2014. If you are unable to take these courses, you should enroll in ENG 108 in the Fall.

I took ENG 96, but did not immediately take ENG 104. Now it’s not offered. What course should I take?

You may enroll in any of the culminating classes in the three sequences: ENG 107, ENG 109, or ENG 110. Depending on how you felt about the pace of ENG 96 when you took it, and how well you did, you may prefer to take ENG 107 or ENG 109. Check out the Composition Courses page for a description of the learning outcomes to help you make the best choice.

I am currently enrolled in an ESL section of ENG 102. What course do I take now?

There are specially-designated sections of ENG 109 for ESL students in the ENG 102/103 sequence. Enroll in ENG 109, and look specifically for classes in sections 30-39.

I still need to take ENG 104, but it's not offered. What course do I take?
If you are eligible to take ENG 104, you may enroll in any of the culminating classes in the three sequences: ENG 107, ENG 109, or ENG 110. Check out the Composition Courses page for a description of the learning outcomes to help you make the best choice.
I took ENG 104 but did not earn a passing grade. What course do I take now?
You may enroll in any of the culminating classes in the three sequences: ENG 107, ENG 109, or ENG 110. Depending on how you felt about the pace of ENG 104 when you took it, and how well you did, you may prefer to take ENG 107 or ENG 109. Check out the Composition Courses page for a description of the learning outcomes to help you make the best choice.