Our Immigrant Education classes are specifically designed to provide immigrants and their families with the opportunity to become active and participating members of economic, civic society, and preparation for citizenship.
*During PCC's period of temporary campus closure, we have moved our Noncredit classes online. Please note that some classes may vary in availability. Check the Schedule of Classes to view courses that are currently offered.
Immigrant Education Courses
IMME 3000 - Citizenship
Preparation for United States citizenship by navigating through the Naturalization process including preparation for taking the four tests for citizenship, the Oath of Allegiance, and by having the language skills and knowledge to live as productive citizens.
IMME 3001 - Development of Literacy Skills for Native Spanish Speakers
Development of Spanish literacy skills for native speakers. Includes reading, writing, and survival skills necessary for success in workplace, academic and social settings. Designed for native Spanish speakers.
IMME 3002- English for Written Driving Test
Preparation for the written driving test in English while acquiring the essential vocabulary needed to understand the questions and answers. Procedures for taking the test at the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) as well as the rules when driving in California.
Interested in taking our Immigrant Education classes?
Follow these simple steps to apply and enroll with the Noncredit division and begin taking classes!