The UACCB Adult Education Department seeks to meet adult students' educational needs at the secondary level by providing instruction to those who want to earn a high school diploma through the GED program. Basic skill instruction to prepare for college enrollment or job advancement and English as a Second Language ESL classes for non-English speakers are also offered through the Adult Education grants. These grants allow all adult education classes to be offered free to the public.
No matter where you are in life, we can help you get ready for additional education or the workforce. We work with you to gear everything toward the goals you want to accomplish. The Arkansas State University Adult Education Program provides basic skills instruction in reading, writing, and math to adult learners to prepare them for college and the workplace.
The mission of East Arkansas Community College is to provide affordable, accessible learning opportunities to promote student success and strengthen our community. Adult Education fulfills this mission by increasing the accessibility of learning opportunities to constituents in our service area, resulting in more opportunity for our graduates and a stronger community for all. East Arkansas Community College provides a variety of services and training to help prepare individuals for the workforce.
The Adult Education Center provides FREE, self-paced, individualized instruction for the non-traditional adult student, ages 18 and above. Adult Education instruction assists adults with improving or enhancing their reading, math, and language skills; learning the English language; and preparing for the Arkansas High School Diploma GED ; for entry into post-secondary education, employment, or the armed forces. All classes are taught by certified teachers.
We believe that education is a lifelong process and does not end when you leave public school. Adult education serves adult learners through adult basic education classes, which are designed for adults who function up to the 7. General adult education classes prepare adults who score at the 7 to 12 grade level on the TABE.
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The center is in the Main Building in Rooms Concurrent enrollment enables students to get a jump on their degree path by gaining college credits while still in high school. Courses taken at the Regional Career Center are full academic credit through your high school.