The ABLE/GED/ESOL program is dedicated to providing the necessary resources and support needed to:
- Improve literacy
- Obtain a GED
- Provide classes for English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL)
- Transition students into Tri- C
Our program is open to individuals needing to improve their education and to enhance their future earning capabilities. Classes are offered at various times throughout the week to accommodate the needs of adults, working parents, dislocated workers, ex-offenders, and non-native speakers of the English language. The program is free and is funded with Federal and State grants through the Board of Regents.
ABLE (Adult Basic Literacy Education)
Students are able to succeed with ABLE. This program is geared for adults who need help in basic skills, reading, writing, and math.
GED (General Education Development) Preparation
Adults 16 and older who have not completed high school can review reading comprehension, social studies, writing, mathematics, and science for the General Education Diploma (GED).The preparation combines computerized and instructor support.
ESOL (English as a Second Language)
Classes are designed for non-native speakers of the English language. This program will focus on the practical application of listening, speaking, reading, and writing and communication skills.