GED & Adult Education
The mission of the Adult Education program at Southeastern Technical College is to improve the educational opportunities of the students we serve who do not have a degree of proficiency in reading, math, and language or the computational skills that enable them to adapt to technological change to compete in the workplace and or transition into post-secondary education.
We achieve our mission by:
- providing programs that meet the diverse needs of our students;
- coordinating services with our Certified Literate Community Program partners to provided needed support services for student success;
- increasing the number of students taking and passing the GED each year;
- communicating the importance of transiting to post-secondary education once our students have passed their GED; and
- increasing the percentage of students who improve their reading, math and language skills each year.
How to Apply
Students 18 years and older should call or drop by the Adult Education Center in their community for enrollment information. The phone number and address for the centers can be found here.