All of the classes in Transitional Studies are designed to provide students with transitions to college and career pathways while also achieving goals in the following areas:
The AHS (Adult High School) diploma provides instruction designed to qualify a student for a diploma awarded by Pitt County Schools and Pitt Community College.
The GED (General Educational Development) classes and lab settings are designed to prepare adults to take the GED tests. Adults may enroll in morning, afternoon or evening classes, both on and off campus.
ABE (Adult Basic Education) classes are designed to increase academic achievement and improve basic academic skills. Classes are available on and off campus, mornings, afternoons, and evenings.
There are no fees associated with these programs; however, a $35 testing fee is required to take the entire battery of GED tests. Note: With changes in the GED tests planned for 2014, the fee may increase to as much as $30 per test taken.
For more information, contact Transitional Studies:
493-7396, 493 -7560, 493-7377, 493-7526, 493-7439, or 493-7628.
LOCATION ON MAIN CAMPUS
? Leslie Building
NEW STUDENT ORIENTATION:
(Leslie 108 or 103 for information, Mary Hopkins- Coordinator)
? ABE, AHS, GED Leslie 143
? Tuesdays and Thursdays, 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. or 5:30 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. ? Students MUST stay the entire time allotted for orientation.
OBTAINING AN OFFICIAL COPY OF THE GED
ADULT HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA Transcript
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