Conversational English Classes

Conversation English classes occur virtually on Monday and Thursday mornings from 9:30 - 11:00am. To join the virtual English classes, please contact Karen Smith by email or at 970-282-9015.

You may also visit us on our Facebook page for the most current details.

FCIC offers free conversational English classes to the CSU and Fort Collins communities. Classes are offered weekly throughout the year and provide help with language skills, insight into American customs, and a place to share cultural experiences. Classes are open to anyone in the international community. Prior registration is not necessary.

Class Details

We ask that you do not bring your children. If you cannot find childcare, please bring quiet toys children can play with while classes are in session.
The key to the success and longevity of these classes is lots of laughter, fun singing American songs, and lively discussions about grammar, idioms, and comparative cultures.

Every Monday
Aggie Village Family Center, 500 W. Prospect Rd.,
Building No. 24

9:30 AM – 11:00 AM

Contact Barbara Stallings at 970-818-1475 for more details.

Every Thursday
University Village Center, 1600 W. Plum St.,
Building 34

9:30 AM – 11:00 AM

Contact Karen Smith at 970-282-9015 for more details.

Interested in joining or have other questions? Email


“The English classes are a wonderful place to meet international friends and learn English.” Jay, Taiwan

“Since I have been here in Fort Collins, I joined the English classes. It’s a good opportunity to practice English and make very kind friends. Also, the class is lots of fun and I have a good time.” Yorleny, Costa Rica

“Conversational English classes are not only for conversation, but also for communication with society.” Min, China

“I come to the English classes to improve my English, meet new people from around the world, and because the class is very good. I like it especially when we sing together.” Wirdah, Indonesia

“I like this English class because I can speak English with Americans and people from other countries, and learn well.” Yuka, Japan