High School Equivalency Tests Preparation Classes
Classes in the College’s High School Equivalency Tests Preparation program emphasize the necessary reading, writing, and math skills to pass the HiSET/GED exams.
Adults who are at least 18 years of age without a high school diploma or GED, who are not enrolled in secondary school are eligible for the program.
The College offers HiSET/GED preparation classes to help you prepare for the battery of HiSET/GED tests. The classes emphasize the reading, writing and/or math skills necessary to pass the HiSET/GED examination using a blended approach that combines face-to-face classrooom time with online instruction.
- HSE Reading Skills
- HSE Writing Skills
- HSE Math Skills
Classes meet Monday through Thursday for 2.5 hours each day for eight weeks at the Main Campus, Northwest Regional Center and West Regional Center. Classes usually start in January, May and September. All classes are not offered every semester.
There is an $80 fee per course. Payment is due at the time of registration and must be made by check or money order. To register online you must use a credit or debit card to pay. (Additional fees may apply).
Classes may be canceled due to low enrollment. Refunds will be granted only if your class is canceled or you withdraw before the first class meeting. To withdraw, you must do so in person at the Enrollment Services counter on the College’s Main Campus, Northeast Regional Center, Northewest Regional Center or West Regional Center.
Manager Adult Education Programs
Winnet Building S3-03