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.
General registration for enrollment into classes is held at the beginning of each semester in July and January. Ongoing registration throughout the year is handled on a more limited basis. Please check with the campus of your choice to obtain the most current information.
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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. Distance learning will continually emerge as a learning tool to remove access barriers.
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:
Starting in 2014 there will be a new GED Test. The current version is expiring at the end of 2013 and your scores will expire if you don't finish and pass the test by then.
Copiah-Lincoln Community College has three GED testing centers. To take the test at any center, click on the application form below, complete the form as directed and mail to the campus where you desire to take the test. You will be contacted once the application is received to schedule your GED testing session.
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.
Adult Education/GED Testing Information