Campus in Lombard
Computer Systems Institute’s Lombard campus is conveniently located in Dupage County on Butterfield Road next to the intersection of I-88 and I-355. The campus is across from the Yorktown Center Shopping Mall and next to Lombard Miller’s Ale House. The Lombard campus is easily reachable from Oakbrook, Downers Grove, Elmhurst, Naperville, Aurora, Schaumburg, and many other western and northwestern Chicago suburbs. Many students also come to the Lombard campus from the southwest, northwest, and west side neighborhoods of Chicago.
Computer Systems Institute’s Lombard campus offers plenty of free and convenient parking. Classrooms comfortably accommodate 20-30 students each and are equipped with new computers, high-speed Internet access, LCD projectors, and printers.
English as a Second Language (ESL), Academic ESL, and Skill Building Programs in Lombard
Computer Systems Institute offers a number of English language and professional programs at the Lombard campus.
ESL programs are designed for learners who wish to improve their English language skills or prepare to enter a U.S. college or university. ESL programs are for English learners of any skill level. Courses cover vocabulary and conversation, writing and grammar, and reading strategies.
Academic ESL programs are for students with advanced English proficiency who want to hone their skills in writing, literature, or communication through college-level courses.
Skill Building Programs offer career-oriented students an opportunity to gain practical training in the customer service, hospitality, business administration and sales & marketing field. Skill Building Programs all include externships as a core component of each course.
Skill Building Programs
Our skill building programs teach students essential skills in a variety of fields.
Our customer service training helps students learn core competencies of customer relationship management in any or all of the following areas: Customer Relationship Management, Call Center, Personal and Home Care Aide, and Customer Service as a Career.
Our administrative assistant training teaches students the essentials in any or all (depending on which courses are chosen) of the four most commonly used Microsoft Office applications: Word, Excel, Access, and PowerPoint.
Our hospitality training teaches essential skills in any or all of the following areas: Quality Service and Reception, Food Service, Case Studies in the Hospitality Industry, and Business Etiquette.
To learn more about programs offered at the Lombard campus, please contact an international Admissions Representative.