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What is Adult Basic Education (ABE)?

Adult Basic Education programs are designed to provide opportunities to adults who have not completed high school and who desire to increase their educational attainment for entry or advancement in the workforce or for additional educational opportunities. Often referred to as GED prep classes, basic skills are presented in a manner to enhance successful completion of the GED test.

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When Can I Enroll?

Class enrollment is held on each campus prior to every 8-week class session. The enrollment dates vary with the college calendar. Please check with the campus of your choice to obtain the most current information. 

Wesson
601-643-8655
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Natchez
601-446-1151
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Simpson
601-849-0155 (leave a message)
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Integrated Basic Education & Skills Training (I-Best)

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Combine your basic education with skills training to get farther faster. Highly motivated students, who will attend classes on the Wesson campus, should contact Susie Patrick at 601.643.8260 for additional information.

Vision Statement

The Adult Education Department at Copiah-Lincoln Community College will be the primary vehicle for educating and providing credentials to those who did not complete high school or need additional skills in the English language.  High quality services will be offered throughout the community to meet the needs of all segments of the educationally and/or economically disadvantaged adult population.  In meeting these community needs, the department will provide customer-driven learning opportunities in a format that promotes the best possible access to services.  

Mission Statement

The mission of the Adult Basic Education Department at Copiah-Lincoln Community College is to provide high-quality, convenient learning and personal achievement opportunities throughout the college district for adults who did not complete high school or who need additional upgrading of the basic skills necessary to function in society.  The ultimate goal is to help learners reach their maximum potential through any of the following avenues:

Skills Attainment
High School Equivalency
Improved work Skills
Transition into Further Academic/Vocational Training or Employment

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Additional assistance for test inquires or test registration should be directed to Dwayne Thompson, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 601.643.8653.

Transcript Request

Official transcripts that are required for employment or educational opportunities outside of Copiah-Lincoln Community College must be requested through the Mississippi Community College Board.

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Adult Education/GED Testing Information

Copiah-Lincoln Community College
P. O. Box 649
Wesson, MS  39191
601.643.8655 (telephone)
601.643.8216 (fax)
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