Adult Education

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All currently enrolled students in Co-Lin Adult Education are encouraged to use the distance learning options presented by your instructors:

Aztec: https://nextgen.aztecsoftware.com/users/sign_in

Canvas Smart Start: https://mvcc16.instructure.com/enroll/K894FC

WorkKeys: https://workkeyscurriculum.act.org/

Khan Academy: https://www.khanacademy.org/login

Read Theory: https://readtheory.org/auth/login

Common Lit: https://www.commonlit.org/user/login?force_unsupported_browser=true

Google Classroom: https://classroom.google.com

Email questions to Danielle.white@colin.edu or call 601.643.8655 to leave a message.

Instructors may be contacted directly through Remind or email: 

Etienette.oatis@colin.eduThalamus.marshall@colin.eduKristy.smith@colin.eduCher.lee@colin.edu

Makita.jackson@colin.eduMallory.turner@colin.eduFrances.schwager@colin.eduCharlotte.allen@colin.edu

Graves.grant@colin.edu

High school equivalency testing, including GED, HiSet & TASC, has been suspended indefinitely.

What is Adult Education?

Adult Education programs are for adults who have not yet completed high school. Here is your opportunity to increase your education, whether you want to enter employment or get a promotion that is currently out of reach. Often called "GED Prep" classes, high school education and employment skills are presented in a relaxed atmosphere by teachers who want you to succeed. All Adult Education classes are FREE. Learn more about the programs we offer, and the qualifications, below:

High School Equivalency (HSE)/GED Prep Class

  • Students, at least 18 years old*, without a high school diploma & not currently enrolled in school
  • Instructors provide assistance to increase educational knowledge in order to pass the HSE test
  • A minimum of 45 class hours is required
  • The goal is attainment of a HSE diploma & an employability credential (Smart Start & NCRC)

*Students under the age of 18 must make prior contact with the program director Karen Gaudet at 601.643.8654.

Smart Start Class

  • Students, at least 18 years old*, with a desire to become successfully employed or enhance their resume
  • Instructors provide employability skills to enhance success in the workplace
  • Options of 45 class hours or completely online with proctored site requirements
  • The goal is attainment of a Smart Start Credential, inclusive of an NCRC

*Students under the age of 18 must make prior contact with the program director Karen Gaudet at 601.643.8654.

When & Where Can I Enroll?

PRE-ENROLLMENT

Pre-enrollment allows students to begin afternoon classes between group enrollment dates. Call the campus nearest to you for an appointment.

Students under the age of 18 are not eligible for open enrollment without prior contact with program director Karen Gaudet at 601.643.8654.

For additional information and/or questions, contact us at the Office of Adult Education:
Wesson Campus        601.643.8655
Natchez Campus        601.446.1151
Simpson Co. Center   601.849.0155