Adult Basic Education, English Language Acquisition, Citizenship classes, GED (General Educational Development) instruction
Adult Education (AE) provides instruction to students who
are 16 years or older and not enrolled in school.
Students must pay a $20
registration fee two weeks prior to attending orientation. The fee must
accompany a registration/receipt form that students can pick up at their local
Adult Education classroom. The fee can be paid on site at the Kearney Center or
Lexington Center and by mail or at a campus student accounts office for the
other locations. The fee covers instruction from July 1 through June 30.
AE includes classes with paid instructors, one-on-one
tutoring by volunteers when available, classes with one or more volunteers and
preparation in learning centers. The program is developed according to the
individual needs of each community.
Central Community College provides AE classes and GED
testing under the supervision of the Nebraska Department of Education. Adult
Education is supported at the local, state and national levels.
The program has these major components:
For more information, contact CCC Adult Education Director Ann Chambers at (308) 398-7446; toll-free in
Nebraska at 1-877-222-0780, ext. 7446; or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.