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Cleveland, OH

11321 Juniper Rd
Cleveland, OH 44106
Tel.: (216) 368-2716
ELS Center Hours: 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM (closed on weekends and holidays)
On the campus of: Case Western Reserve University
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ELS/Cleveland is situated on the campus of prestigious Case Western Reserve University. We are located in the University Circle district of Cleveland. Many education, health care, arts and cultural institutions can be found here. The combination of ultra-modern architecture alongside 19th-century mansions, all located in a green, park-like setting, gives this area a very distinctive atmosphere.


  • Case Western Reserve University is very prestigious
  • Convenient to downtown Cleveland's numerous attractions

Distance to Key Locations from ELS Center

Location Minutes Transportation Method
Airport 35
Bank 12
Downtown Area 15
Post Office 12
Restaurant(s) 10
Shopping Mall/Outlet 15
Supermarket 15
Bus Stop/Subway 10

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Walking

Bike

Car

Bus

Train


Electricity

110V 60KHz.
Electric Plug Details

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Programs available at this location

2014 Cost Per Session
$1790 USD

2014 Cost Per Session
$1410 USD

American Explorer Program

Enjoy the Adventure

2014 Cost Per Session
$1350 USD

Residence Housing for ELS students Bedroom Bedroom Dining area Living room Living room Layout of 3 bedroom apartment

Waldorf Towers Apartments(Student Residence (Off Campus))

Three single bedrooms and two bathrooms per apartment. Apartment shared with other ELS students. Kitchen with stove, refrigerator, and dishwasher; basic cookware, utensils, silverware and dishes are provided. There is a shared living room and dining area in each apartment. One set of linens and towels per student supplied upon check-in. Free high speed Internet and cable connections are provided. Coin-operated laundry facilities and a fitness area are available in the building. Supermarket, bank and restaurants are located within walking distance in the nearby Cedar Fairmount District and Little Italy. Downtown Cleveland can be reached either by bus service or rapid transit train.

Price per Session $1175
Occupancy Single, Single
Minimum Age 18
Airport Pickup $104
Meals / week or Meal Credit
No meals included.

Homestays in the area(Homestay)

Host family students are responsible for their personal transportation. Most students use the bus and train to come to campus.

Price per Session $890
Occupancy Single, Single
Minimum Age 16
Airport Pickup $104
Meals / week or Meal Credit
14 meals per week

Cleveland Center Campus Music Hall Campus Library Campus Building Cleveland School of Management Severance Hall Campus Cafeteria ELS Classroom Campus Indoor Track Cleveland Art Museum City of Cleveland Skyline Cleveland Learning Technology Center (LTC) Cleveland Student Union ELS Class Cleveland Athletic Field
  • Baseball field
  • Computer center
  • Soccer field
  • Swimming pool (indoor)
  • Tennis court(s)
  • Health center
  • Basketball court(s)
  • Library
  • Racquetball/squash Courts
  • Fitness Center
  • Only some classrooms are handicapped accessible
  • Cafeteria

What is Conditional Admission?

Institutions in the ELS University Conditional Admission Network offer conditional admission to students who are academically admissible based on the student’s academic record and other university and/or departmental and program requirements, but who have not yet demonstrated English proficiency. Your admission is “conditional” based upon satisfying English proficiency through completion of a specified level of the ELS English for Academic Purposes program and any other specific requirements prior to full admission. Once these requirements are fulfilled, you are able to fully matriculate. These requirements will be outlined on your Conditional Letter of Admission, and your selected ELS center will assist you in completing all of the necessary requirements for matriculation.

Additional matriculation requirements may include other required scores, for example, GMAT® or GRE® for graduate programs.

Our ELS University Partners will offer a Conditional Letter of Admission (CLA) detailing the additional requirements needed for matriculation. You and your family can be assured that you have a university placement and ELS registration prior to departing for the USA.

What is the Conditional Admission Process?

  1. Find a university via our University Finder
  2. Apply for university admission and enroll for English studies at ELS Language Centers with help from a local ELS authorized Counseling Agent.
  3. If you are an acceptable candidate for university admission, you receive a letter of "Conditional university admission subject to English proficiency and submission of any other required documentation for matriculation."
  4. Study at any of the 60 ELS Centers in the USA to fulfill the university entrance requirement for English proficiency.
  5. Begin your university program!

Meet the Staff

Kristen Summers

Kristen Summers

Center Director

Hello, my name is Kristen Summers and I am proud to be the Center Director at ELS Language Centers/Cleveland.

I was born and raised in Northeast Ohio and absolutely love it. I hold a Bachelor's and Master's degrees in the field of French Translation from Kent State University. Prior to ELS, I was the Assistant Director of International Recruitment & Admissions for my alma mater, responsible for managing thousands of applications coming each year from around the world.
My previous role in admissions coupled with a nine month study abroad program in Bordeaux, France has provided me a strong base for the many facets of international education. Overall, these professional and personal experiences allow me to better relate with what our students go through when coming stateside.

I am excited to welcome you to ELS/Cleveland and strive to make your experience here memorable, worthwhile and fun!

Annie Steuwe

Annie Steuwe

Academic Director

Hi! My name is Andrea “Annie” Steuwe, and I am the Academic Director at the Cleveland ELS Language Center. I hold a Masters’ Degrees in TESOL, Education, and Biology from University of Heidelberg in Germany. I have taught TESOL at German middle schools for about 5 years before I moved to the USA, where I started working at ELS as an instructor prior to becoming the Academic Director. I was born and raised in Germany, and I love traveling and meeting people from different cultures. A fun fact about me: I am a volunteer horse trainer at a horse rescue farm. I am an outdoor person and enjoy every ray of sunshine I can catch. I am a native speaker of German, and besides English, I understand and to some extent speak French. Not being a native speaker myself, I can truly understand the needs of our students. I look forward to meeting you at ELS Cleveland and to make your experience here memorable and enjoyable!

Maria Oriti

Maria Oriti

International Student Advisor

Hi! I am Maria Oriti and I began working at the ELS center at first as a teacher. I also taught ESL to children and adults in Italy and Spain for 2 years. While abroad, I stayed with host families, travelled as much as I could, and studied new languages. I truly love being in an environment where I can meet people from other cultures and learn from them. As the International Student Advisor, it will be my pleasure to make your experience in Cleveland memorable, positive and lots of fun!

Regina Maneiro

Regina Maneiro

Registrar

My name is Regina Maneiro and I have been the Registrar at ELS/Cleveland for more than twenty years. What I enjoy most about working at ELS Language Center is the opportunity to help the students and make a positive difference in their experience at ELS/Cleveland. See you soon!

Shelly Lamb

Shelly Lamb

IELTS Administrator

My history with ELS Language Centers dates back to the early 1990s when I was completing my MA in English while teaching at ELS. I enjoyed working with international students back then every bit as much as I do now. After several rewarding years of teaching, I left ELS in order to be a stay-at-home mom to my two wonderful sons, run a business, and even host a foreign exchange student. In 2008, I returned to ELS to teach. I subsequently added the IELTS Administrator role.
Coming back after a hiatus gives me a unique perspective on, and a special appreciation for, ELS and its students!

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ELS at Case Western University

ELS at Case Western University

Provides a brief description of ELS, our Programs and the Cleveland ELS Language Center. The flyer also offers some specific attributes of the university, its programs and other helpful information.

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Student Activity Calendar from November 17 to December 12 (Session 12).

Student Activity Calendar from November 17 to December 12 (Session 12).

Student Activity Calendar from November 17 to December 12 (Session 12).

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Student Activity Calendar from October 20 to November 14 (Session 11).

Student Activity Calendar from October 20 to November 14 (Session 11).

Student Activity Calendar from October 20 to November 14 (Session 11).

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